I'm looking for an easy way (a command or series of commands, probably involving find) to find duplicate files in two directories, and replace the files in one directory with hardlinks of the files in ...
I there a way to find all files in a directory with duplicate filenames, regardless of the casing (upper-case and/or lower-case)?
Is there a free and open source duplicate image finder for Linux based systems? Finding exact duplicates (based on content, not file name) is sufficient for me, but the ability to find similar images ...
Is there any fast method to delete duplicates of files based on any hash sum (i.e. SHA1 to be fast). Because I've got some mess in my music files.