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comment Rename files in the local folder adding a prefix or suffix
That's almost perfect! It would be perfect if it (1) checked if the prefix or suffix is already present (and then skipped), and (2) worked on files with no extension. Sorry for bothering so much...
Sep
19
comment Rename files in the local folder adding a prefix or suffix
That's a nice answer, but I was looking for something more universal; for this answer you need both perl and this specific (or equivalent) rename being present. And I do know suffixes are a bit harder, it wasn't covered in the linked question, and I'm a beginner on linux, bash, shell script, perl and regular expressions, so "a bit harder" is quite hard to me! :)
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@derobert How do I properly close it?
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@Gilles sorry for taking your time. I tried the same proccess today and it worked fine. I don't know where I messed up previously. I'm so ashamed.
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