Preserving timestamps when copying files? –
I have a PS3 running kmeaw 3.55, and I've been looking for a way to copy files off of and onto the PS3's hard drive while preserving the timestamp information. This is one of those things what seems like it should be a no-brainer, but I haven't been able to work out how to do it yet. I've tried various PS3 FTP servers, but all of them change the timestamps to when the files was copied, rather than keeping the original timestamps. I've also tried installing Linux onto an external hard drive using AsbestOS/BootOS 2.01. After two hours of downloading/installing, there's no option to boot into the OS I just installed. I gather there might be a problem with the kboot file, but hell if I can get it to work. I've looked at other Linux options, such as using petiboot, but they all seem to involve wiping the internal hard drive, which is just about the opposite of what I'm trying to do.
So, does there exist any tool that can do what I'm trying to do? I just want to copy files from the internal hard drive onto a USB stick (and vice versa) while preserving timestamp information.
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