Fedora :: Rename All Image Files To Folder.jpg?

Sep 26, 2009

I have all my music on an external HD and the filename and path of each file is in the format of the following

Code:
Ex HD Root / Music / Artist / Album / Artist - Album - Track No - Track Name.mp3
OCD I know

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I have this script:

Quote:

for f in d*; do mv "$f" "T${f#d}"; done

it outputs all files which strats with letter d to T but it doesn't work when i run it from Cron. It only affect root file / .

How i can make work like this:

/home/user/files/dfile.txt
=>
/home/user/files/Tfile.txt

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Here's an example:

I want to rename:

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I've been spinning my wheels for a bit on this one not getting any traction. I have a list of pictures that have a bad extension that I would like to rename with the good extension. Here's a snippet of the list that I'm looking at:

listold
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/Volumes/MyFiles/Pictures/2009/02 - February/Qeirstyn Playing Inside/._IMG_3347.JPG
/Volumes/MyFiles/Pictures/2009/02 - February/Qeirstyn Playing Inside/._IMG_3349.JPG
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content in hidden files

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