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Specifying device paths

Several commands in CT deal with manipulating the remote file system.

Remote file paths should be specified using the full qualified paths. For example, to display the contents of the shared directory, use the following command:

ct ls fs:/shared

Note that a leading colon can be used in place of fs:.

The following example is valid syntax to copy file "data.dat" from the PC root directory to the shared directory:

ct cp c:\data.dat :/shared/data.dat

The following example can be used to copy a log file to the local PC:

ct cp :/usermods/myapp/myapp.log C:\logs\myapp.log