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    [ubuntu] Re: complexed rename folders?

    thanks but I must be missing something very basic here, non of these commands do anything at all?
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    [ubuntu] Re: complexed rename folders?

    thanks but it didnt appear to do anything at all, neither did it give any error message, I did remove the -n

    I cd in to the folder with the sub folders first then -
    find . -type f -exec rename...
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    [ubuntu] complexed rename folders?

    Hello, I have a folder with a 100s of sub-folders so I need to automate this if possible..

    example...
    brad and sarah in france 00:15:56
    brad and sarah at home 00:21:04
    pop and gill in the USA...
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    [SOLVED] Re: send multiple files by email with mutt?

    perfect, thanks :)
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    [SOLVED] Re: send multiple files by email with mutt?

    thanks guys

    I would like to take this a step further so I can attach files using find. so it will recurse through the specified folder and attach all .doc files, something like the following which...
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    [SOLVED] Re: send multiple files by email with mutt?

    thanks :)
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    [SOLVED] send multiple files by email with mutt?

    Hello,

    I want to send 20 files 01.txt to 20.txt by email from the command line using mutt

    the following works fine for 1 file
    mutt -s "1 file" me@gmail.com -a /home/john/Documents/1.txt <...
  8. Re: how to delete folders called * without deleting other folders?

    thanks
  9. how to delete folders called * without deleting other folders?

    this may look unusual but I have a lot of folders called * , I want to recursively delete them all but if I use rm -rf * command it deletes all the other folders too

    for example

    [~]# mkdir 001...
  10. Re: delete files in the working directory and sub directories?

    sussed it out

    find . -type f -name "001.txt" -exec rm -f {} \;
  11. delete files in the working directory and sub directories?

    Hello,

    How can I delete all files called 001.txt in the working directory and its sub directories from the command line?

    I am in /home/tom/test/ I have 40 directories and I want to remove all...
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    [ubuntu] Re: find files by date - find -mtime 1

    perfect! thanks
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    [ubuntu] find files by date - find -mtime 1

    How can I find files which were modified in the past week or between certain dates?

    I can use the following
    find /path -mtime 1 but that only shows the last day

    thanks
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    [ubuntu] Re: ffprobe rename folders, AVI, MP4 WMV etc

    thanks :)
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    [ubuntu] Re: ffprobe rename folders, AVI, MP4 WMV etc

    thanks, that worked! :p


    find . -maxdepth 1 -mindepth 1 -type d -exec readlink -f '{}' \; | while read dir
    do
    vid=$(find "$dir" -type f -iname "*.avi" -or -iname "*.mkv" -or -iname "*.mp4" -or...
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    [ubuntu] ffprobe rename folders, AVI, MP4 WMV etc

    Hello,

    I have a script which was kindly written by evilsoup, the script renames directories from info of the videos within, it adds the bit rate, resolution and duration to the folder name.

    How...
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    [ubuntu] Re: ffmpeg -i recursive ranme

    Its working fine now, thanks for all your help

    a couple more things, what do I need to change in the script so it renames the files not the directories?

    also if some directories have mp4 or wmv...
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    [ubuntu] Re: ffmpeg -i recursive ranme

    thanks but I must be missing something very basic here

    I placed the script in /bin/1-ffprobe.sh

    I ran the command from the directory which has all the videos in sub directories

    while...
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    Re: change directory?

    cd .. ; cd 008 works now, not sure why it didnt first time

    thanks guys ;)
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    Re: change directory?

    ls /data/test

    001/ 002/ 003/ 004/ 005/ 006/ 007/ 008/ 009/
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    Re: change directory?

    yes I see it but it doesnt work on mine
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    Re: change directory?

    I tried all ways but it only goes back one level

    why use screen shots?
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    Re: change directory?

    thanks but that didnt work

    cd .. ; cd 009
    bash: cd: 009: No such file or directory
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    Re: change directory?

    thanks but that didnt work, it just cd back one level but didnt cd to 008
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    change directory?

    Is there a quick way of changing directory for example

    I am in /data/test/009

    I want to get to /data/test/008

    usually I would

    cd ..
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