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It seems like you are asking for a CP (Copy) command in Linux. The cp command is for copying files and directories. Here is the basic usage: ```bash cp [OPTIONS] SOURCE... DIRECTORY ``` - SOURCE: Source is the name of the file or directory - DIRECTORY: Destination is the path and name of the destination. - OPTIONS: cp command takes many options. Some important options are: - `-f` (force): If the target file already exists, then this option will force to remove it and create a new one. - `-i` (interactive): With this option system will confirm before overwriting the file. - `-r` or `-R` (recursive): This option will be required when you want to copy directories. For example, if you are copying test.txt file from home directory to another directory /data/ it would look something like this: ```bash cp /home/test.txt /data/ ``` If you're looking for sharing files over internet using a "link", there are multiple ways to do so. You can upload the file to a file hosting service like Google Drive, Dropbox, or OneDrive, then generate a shareable link which can be accessed by others to download the file. Each of these services have their own process for generating a shareable link.
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