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Old   January 14, 2013, 05:29
Default How to get a back up file with Linux command line?
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Hi everyone,

Does anyone know the command line in Linux format to get a quick back up file (.res) from the running simulation?

I found out what the answer is for those who are stuck in the same problem:

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cfx5control file.dir -backup

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I found out what the answer is for those who are stuck with the same problem:

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cfx5control file.dir -backup
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