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Command Line Progress Bar is a simple command line tool to display information about a data transfer stream. It will display the number of bytes transfered, the speed of the transfer, and if the size of the data stream is known it will display the ETA, p
while copying in unix , no details of the copying process is shown. So if a video file of size 2Gb is getting copied , we don't have a clue on how much is copied and at what speed. To overcome this limitation a simple shell script is used along with the "dd" program of unix and clpbar utility (http://clpbar.sourceforge.net/ ) currently we can copy the files which are exactly of this format cpv /mnt/winc/file1 /mnt/wind/file2 both the input and output files need to be specified, and only one inpu