General :: Ssh Command To Rename Files?

Dec 22, 2009

What is the ssh commands to rename a group of files?

I need to rename:
avatar_01.jpg
avatar_02.jpg

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General :: Rename List Of Files From Command Prompt?

Feb 18, 2010

Suppose I have the following files:

1132_1_fr.mp3
1132_2_fr.mp3
1132_3_fr.mp3
.
.
.
1132_3_fr.mp3

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So I want to add PD_ to those who dont have this preindex and get rid of _fr.

basically rename files in a same directory!!

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Software :: Rename Hidden Files / Rename All Files With A Leading Decimal Point Recursivley?

Jul 25, 2011

How would I rename all files with a leading decimal point recursivley? I some how got all my music files to have a decimal point.I tried the below and got a " sed argument to long".[CODE]find /media/MUSIC -type f -name "*.wma" | xargs -0 sed -i 's/.(.*)/1/'[CODE]

Another question, can i just use -type f with out -name ? I am sure that all the files got the decimal point added as the first character.

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Fedora Security :: Rename Files With Command Line?

Apr 30, 2009

I have a bunch of mislabeled files among other things but I'll start with this first. as using the command line to fix this issue.

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Ubuntu :: Command / Script To Rename Files In Datetime Order?

Jun 1, 2010

I'm trying to rename all files in a folder as such:

1.jpg
2.jpg
3.jpg

Renaming them is no problem, the problem I have is, they need to be in order of the datetime that they were taken, so that the 1.jpg would be the oldest file there. The difference in filetimes is going to be very small, around 3 or 4 tenths of a second.

The reason I need to do this is that I have another script (not quite finished yet), that takes the next three files in a loop and applies qtpfsgui to them to output an HDR image to another folder, then move on to 4,5 & 6, and: repeat.

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General :: Rename Command Using Random Variables?

Apr 14, 2010

I'm trying to clean up some files and I've been using the rename command as its the easiest way I've found to do it. One problem I've found is that on a couple of batches of files they have a set random numbers on them which I need to remove.

Only problem is I can't find a way for rename to "lock" onto those numbers to remove them. The file name structure is something like this:

file name[random numbers].extension

There are brackets around the numbers as well which I'm not sure will help or not.

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General :: Rename Command And Wild Cards?

Aug 27, 2009

I am using hte rename command to clean up a bunch of files. I know you should be able to use regex with the rename command, but it seems to ignore them.Most of the time I am using something like:rename 'something' 'some' *Now lets say I have files named:

someFile(2009).ext
otherFile(2008).ext
File(2006).ext

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General :: How To Rename Files

Oct 20, 2010

I need help with renaming files and folders in one go.
I have a folder called /opt/utility/pictures/
Inside that folder have sub-folders and files such as code...

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General :: Script To Rename Files Recursively?

May 8, 2011

I'm planning to writing a script to rename files recursively.

To be said that I'm using /bin/sh (not /bin/bash) as this is the only shell available on the busybox of the linux router (tomato) I'm using.

Basically I would like to rename files with extension .jpg using as a suffix the filename of another file in the very same directory with extension .avi

The reason for this is because pretty much all the DLNA devices like modern TV playing .avi files will display a thumbnail of the video when browsing the filesystem, however to do so they'll need .jpg image wit hthe same filename of the video in the very same directory.

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General :: Make A Script To Rename All The Files?

Feb 10, 2010

I'm currently trying to make a script to rename all the files with one provided file extension to a second provided file extension. I've achieved this by commanding "sh newext doc txt" with the following which works perfectly:

#!/bin/sh
for f in *$1;
do
mv "$f" "`basename "$f" $1`$2";
done;

However, I'd like to be able to modify what I've written so far, so that I can choose whether to convert file extensions in a subdirectory or not. For example, I could enter "sh newext -r doc txt" and the subdirectory's files would also be affected by my script, or enter "sh newext -n doc txt" which would only affect the directory I'm in.

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General :: Script: Rename Files By Using Cksum?

Nov 6, 2010

I have to do a very simple task but being a newbie, its becoming a challenge Here is what I have to do:1. I have a bunch of *.html files most of them are duplicates: file1.html, file6.html and file12.html could be duplicates.2. I have to eliminates the duplicates by using the cksum and rename the files by using the sumô value (sum.html)Something like:

$ cksum file1.html
339238769 1918 file1.html
$ mv file1.html 339238769.html

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General :: Script To Rename Files According To Filetype?

Jan 21, 2010

I get a bit lazy using cUrl, often letting downloads go without adding the proper extension to images and whatnot. Yes I know about the -O flag, but I'm the kind who likes to give my files unique names right off the bat (until they puzzle out a way to "stamp" files with originating URLs across platforms, Classic MacOS Web-browser style, curl -o is the way to go). So I was hoping someone could help me write a script (bash or python, doesn't matter which) that used the file command to look inside files in a single directory and then rename the ones it happened across that didn't have a 3- or 4-letter extension, appending the one that corresponded with the mime type. But this action only to be performed on files with no extension.

I know Linux and Unix don't bother much with extensions. I started home computing on a Mac IIcx -- that kind of intuition is beyond natural for me and very much appreciated. But I, and a few of my friends and family, alsose Windows where file extensions are an idiot-proof way, if nothing else good can be said about the two, to get file X to open in application Y and not Q, W or Z (or, worse for some, no application at all).I've seen a few scripts in different places, but they all seem to have the flaw of renaming files that already have an extension

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General :: Renaming Files In Batch With Unix RENAME?

Mar 6, 2011

I have files whose names look like this:Sim1-2_40.36.chr20_sb.foo.indel.novoalign.samSim1-2_40.36.chr20_sb.foo.indel.bwa.samWhat I want to do is to replace all indel with snp in the namesyieldingSim1-2_40.36.chr20_sb.foo.snp.novoalign.samSim1-2_40.36.chr20_sb.foo.snp.bwa.samBut why this unix command doesn't work

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General :: Windows - How To Batch Rename Files With A Random Name

Jun 30, 2011

I have a bunch of photos with varying names. I want to give each photo a random name(*), how do I do that? (*)I'm going to put them on a digital photo-frame that can't shuffle

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General :: Can't Rename/move Files From OSX That Were Copied From NTFS

Jun 29, 2010

I recently had data recovered and it was sent back to me on what I think is an NTFS drive. I copied all the files over to a file share I have on a Linux box, that's ext4. Now I have that share mounted on my OSX machine, and I can't move or rename most of the files. However, in a couple cases I was able to rename a folder after the third try. Another time I was able to rename a folder once, but not again. All the permissions are showing up the same on the command-line -- I can't see any differences between the permissions on any of the files/folders. Note that I can create new folders and add files no problem, and then rename and move those all I want.

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General :: Script To Mass Rename Files Recursively?

Sep 9, 2009

I need a either a script or perl script that will allow me to mass rename files, folders, and sub folders. I need to replace special chars in the current file names with underscores. I was able to make this happen in a single directory, but not recursively.

Here is what does it in a single directory.

for file in *
do
mv "$file" $(echo "$file" | sed 's/[^A-Za-z0-9_.]/_/g')
done

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General :: Bash Script To Rename (renumber) Files?

Jan 27, 2010

I'm trying to write a script to process some images and rename them, or more specifically, renumber them so that pg_0001.png becomes pg_0.png, pg_0002.png becomes pg_1.png, etc. I've looked at the rename command and sed, but I'm not really very familiar with these. It should also be part of a bash script that I've written for the processing of these files - this is what I have so far:

Code:
#!/bin/bash
pdftk 2012 theatre Sep 2009.pdf burst

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General :: Rename Some Files To New Filenames In Ascending Format?

Dec 8, 2010

Fox example.I want to rename the files below like this: test1.png„ÄĀtest2.png.....

-rw-rw-r--. 1 test test 20448 2010-12-08 20:11 2010-12-08-212440_1440x900_scrot.png
-rw-rw-r--. 1 test test 29799 2010-12-08 21:25 2010-12-08-212526_369x331_scrot.png
-rw-rw-r--. 1 test test 34167 2010-12-08 23:54 2010-12-08-235424_580x328_scrot.png
-rw-rw-r--. 1 test test 155202 2010-12-08 23:55 2010-12-08-235511_1440x900_scrot.png

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General :: Bash - Rename Files With Spaces Using System Shell?

Jun 8, 2011

I named a number of files with spaces in them, and I want to replace the space with "_". However, every time I write a command in the shell with the file name (eg "Spring 2011"), the shell doesn't recognize the file or directory. What can I do about this? Is there any way to use the unicode character for a space?

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General :: Bash Script Rename Files Based On Directory Name?

Mar 26, 2010

I'm pretty new to bash scripting, but I really want to wrap my head around it.What I'm trying to do is: From directory "A": Go in to all subdirectories and rename all files within icrementally according to the directory name. SO:

|-- Varian
| |-- FB1-page132.pdf.png
| |-- FB1-page133.pdf.png

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General :: Recursively Rename Files/folders To Make Their Names Windows-friendly?

Jan 29, 2011

I have a bunch of files on a Ubuntu box, which have various characters in their filenames that Windows doesn't accept (mostly ":" and "*", but possibly others).What's the simplest way to get these all renamed and moved to a Windows machine? It's OK to replace these characters with something like "[colon]" and "[asterisk]".

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Jan 12, 2011

I have bought an external usb hard drive on which I back up my three computers every once in a while.Space will quickly be used up.I can't find that little bit of research that I need yesterday.Here is what I would like to find:An application that eliminates doubles in identical files and renames files that have changed by appending the last saved date yyyymmdd to the file name.Does such an application already exist?

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Software :: Making A Bash Script To Read In Different Files And Rename Output Files?

May 7, 2009

Until now i haven't had to dabble with bash scripts.

I have a program that reads in data files. These are named datafile01_R, datafile01_G, datafile01_B, they then increment, so datafile02_R etc i have about 600 of these. the program reads in 3 data sets at a time from each run, so files_01 r, g, and b.

The program then does its magic, and outputs about 40 different files, depending on the file, they gone to folders named R, G, B, psa, or tracking.

The program itself has configuration files to say where the files should gone when analyzed, there is also the config files that reads in the data sets.

At the moment i have to run one set of data, then go in and manually change the input file location, and run again. But, doing this, even though a different data set, the new set overwrites the old set in one of the output folders. So i need a way to increment the output filenames after they are written and before the program is run again with the new data set.

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General :: Rename Multiple Files In Multiple Directories/subdirectories Recursively?

Aug 23, 2010

I am to rename all the files within a directory (which contains multiple subdirectories) recursively without invalid characters.

I tried the coding posted above.

find . -type f -printf '%p
' | while read file; do
oldfile=$(basename "$file")
newfile=$(echo "$oldfile" | sed 's/[^A-Za-z0-9_.]/_/g')
if [ ! "$newfile" == "$oldfile" ]; then
echo mv "$file" "${file%$oldfile}$newfile"
code....

but I get an error on both of them stating "find: bad option -printf find: [-H | -L] path-list predicate-list"

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OpenSUSE :: What's The Zypper Command To Rename A Repository Name

Oct 16, 2010

What's the zypper command to rename a repository name? Not yast.

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Ubuntu :: Using The Rename Command With Ascending Numbers ?

Mar 14, 2011

In a moment of madness I decided to reorganise my mp3 player. I am putting everything into one folder (called 'all'), but first I am renaming the files to the following format:

artist ## songtitle

where ## is a number like 01, 02. This has been pretty straightforward with the songs that already started with a number, because then I could just

rename 's/(dd)/artist $1/' *.mp3

but I have a problem with those tracks that don't already have the track-numbers at the beginning. I suppose what I am asking is: can I turn

All Along the Watchtower.mp3
Purple Haze.mp3
Hey Joe.mp3

into

01 All Along the Watchtower.mp3
02 Purple Haze.mp3
03 Hey Joe.mp3

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Jul 8, 2011

Im trying to auto rename badly named mp3's using info from the id3 tag. I got a nice little program called id3ren, it works fine apart from it doesn't add the track number. Cant figure how to enable this function. The track numbers are in the ID3, but it just renames to Artist/Trackname. Any other users on here?

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OpenSUSE :: Renaming Long Filenames - Rename Command Not Working

Aug 9, 2010

I misused wildcards like a moron, in the rename command. I repeated names twice in a 3gig folder, which I cannot afford to delete. Now, the rename command is not working, and it says the file name is too long. I am a competent programmer in Java, PHP, and I know basic C.

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Fedora :: Mass Rename Of Files?

Jul 1, 2010

I just downloaded a copy of the Old Testament onto my laptop from the Windows side of my desktop.Alas, all of the links are in lower case and all of the file names came across in upper.way to rename all of the files in a directory to be in lower case instead of upper?

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Ubuntu :: Rename All Files In Folder?

Oct 14, 2010

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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