The rename tag refers to the action of giving a different name to either an existing file or to a copy of a file as part of some other operations (.e.g. remote copy, backup). Use this tag as well for questions related to the (perl) rename command.

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ranaming multiple file in unix [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Renaming multiple files in unix Rename all files within a folder with the first word of their content(remember all the files should be text files. For example if a.txt ...
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How to add a string of numbers to multiple text files in a directory?

file.txt file2.txt file3.txt I want to add 99999 to the begining of the all the file names without changing anything else in the file name in solaris 10.
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Copy files from find command [closed]

I am trying to copy all *file.log files found using find. The problem is all files are named the same and it is only copying over one file. I need to find a way to rename the files in the command or ...
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Rename multiple file with no extensions? [duplicate]

I have multiple files all named seperate1 seperate2 etc. How do I rename them all to have the extension .csv?