Although having used Ubuntu for a good couple of years, I'm still a total beginner when it comes to scripting. However, what I need to do should be fairly straightforward:
Importing images from my digital camera, both RAW "originals" and JPG "copies" end up in the same folder. I typically flip through the JPG:s in Image Viewer and remove those that I'm not interested in. Now, this leaves me with the tedious job of going though all the RAW files in the folder manually to get rid of those too! It sure would be wonderful to get Ubuntu to do the work for me...
The script would simply need to go though all the RAW files in a folder one by one, check for a corresponding JPG file - and if there isn't one, remove the RAW file. How could I accomplish that?
Thankful for all help!