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Old 04-10-2003, 05:10 AM   #1
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wiped out lots of files :(

Hello All,
im in need of some help. i wasted some home directories around 200 hundred and my backups are dead

i have gotten most of them back with one exception, i need to make the same directory in each and everyyone and for the life of me i cannot remember how to mkdir in all of them without going into each and every one of them
/home/a/a*/public_html basicly i nned to copy or make public_html into each and everyone of those directoies
i can worry about the permissions later with a script for the users
i am feeling very stupid cause i am not able to remember such a basic command PLEAS help



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