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File extension case sensitivity on CentOS [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: How to clean up file extensions? I'm using CentOS. There are >10M images in one of my folders, which are furthur grouped into subdirectories. The issue is that some of ...
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Rename All Files with a Certain Name

I'm trying to find certain files with the name "stringx" and replace the name (but not the extension) with "stringy". So basically for stringx.txt and stingx.cs, I'd want stringy.txt and stringy.cs. ...
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How do I correct a directory incorrectly copied into itself?

Given the following situation... <path>/mydir1/mydir2 ...where mydir2 should have overwritten mydir1, but was instead placed inside, and both directories actually have the same filename. How ...