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Oct
19
comment renaming files without the **rename** command
thanks alot. perl is a bit beyond me as well as zsh, but the other part is great.
Oct
19
accepted renaming files without the **rename** command
Oct
19
awarded  Commentator
Oct
19
comment renaming files without the **rename** command
I don't know, maybe im wrong. Why doesn't the attempted script work?? plz...
Oct
19
revised renaming files without the **rename** command
addin gresults
Oct
19
revised renaming files without the **rename** command
with -> without
Oct
19
comment renaming files without the **rename** command
I get an error that the files are not a directory[jings]s0128943: for f in *.xml; do mv $f ${f//[ -]/};done mv: target MeasurementsPanama20090322Session10.xml' is not a directory mv: target MeasurementsPanama20090322Session1.xml' is not a directory
Oct
19
asked renaming files without the **rename** command
Oct
19
comment error using “du” command
could it be that this is a remote folder that should be mounted, but isn't?
Oct
19
comment understanding “mount” as a concept in the OS
awesome thanks!
Oct
18
comment understanding “mount” as a concept in the OS
can you 'mount' a directory to another directory? can you mount an input stream into a directory? what are some things other than devices you can mount?
Oct
18
comment understanding “mount” as a concept in the OS
so, when a flash drive is mounted into /media/usb, the OS maps commands like 'ls' from this directory to the flash drive to get the output?
Oct
18
comment understanding “mount” as a concept in the OS
then in the directory you mounted something too, you can 'cd' into there and see all the files?
Oct
18
comment understanding “mount” as a concept in the OS
Well, you don't need to give a complete answer, maybe some pointers, insight, the common sense understanding etc, anything will do, for the clueless:)
Oct
18
awarded  Cleanup
Oct
18
revised understanding “mount” as a concept in the OS
rolled back to a previous revision
Oct
18
accepted understanding “mount” as a concept in the OS
Oct
18
revised understanding “mount” as a concept in the OS
make the question less broad
Oct
18
asked understanding “mount” as a concept in the OS
Oct
18
revised error using “du” command
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