I am looping through a number of files, and $file represents the current file. How can I make copies or renames and keep the extension the same for this current file? e.g. if $file = x.jpg How to ...
I accidentally forgot to specify destination before hitting the Return key. Where does mv ./* without specifying destination move the files and directories under current directory to?
I have a directory structure like this ├── UK │ ├── BuyBand_go_UK.png │ ├── BuyBand_go_UK.svg │ ├── BuyBand_K.png │ ├── BuyBand_K.svg │ ├── BuyBago_UK.png │ ├── BuyBago_UK.svg │ ├── ...
Possible Duplicate: Batch renaming files I want to rename files using their existing name as a base for the new one. So if I can ls these files with ls blue*+(.png) I'd want to rename ...
I tried to rename all file with extension "XLS;1" to "XLS" but it just didn't work. I tried the following in cygwin in windows xp and they don't work: mv *.XLS;1 *.XLS mv *.XLS\;1 *.XLS mv ...
I am using MySQL database on Ubuntu machine. My MySQL data directory is /var/lib/mysql/ , since I have a database named "db_test" , so, I have a directory named db_test/ under /var/lib/mysql/ . And ...
I have a large data directory (20-30Gb) on my Ubuntu 10.10 desktop machine that consists of many raw data files, processed data files, and assorted scripts, tables, figures etc. generated from the ...
I often want to do some variant of this idiom: $ mkdir 2010 $ svn mv * 2010 Of course, I get an error because the glob matches 2010 as well: svn: Cannot copy path '2010' into its own child ...
How do I move all files in a directory (including the hidden ones) to another directory? For example, if I have a folder "Foo" with the files ".hidden" and "notHidden" inside, how do I move both ...