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accepted How to run a command when a directory's contents are updated?
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comment How to run a command when a directory's contents are updated?
Cool. Would I just put the above script in my bashrc so that it run's when i log in? Is there another way I can have it running all the time?
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asked How to run a command when a directory's contents are updated?
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accepted Changing file extensions
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comment Changing file extensions
I get this: $ rename .x .y *.x Transliteration pattern not terminated at (eval 1) line 2. However 's/.x/.y/' as a pattern seems to work.
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asked Changing file extensions