General :: Traverse The File System And Rename (xargs Or Sed)?

May 15, 2011

I need your inputs on performing some operations:-

a. Traverse from top Level directory, find all the directories

b. Rename all these directories to <original name>.dir

c. Once the renaming is done - search from top level and retain only those directories which has .txt content in them.

d. Delete rest all.....

Can i use xargs here to perform operation a and b , or will sed will be useful.

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showing error

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