I have a directory tree like this
. |-- players | |-- red_alice.plr | |-- red_bob.plr |-- resources | |-- red_cash.rsc | |-- red_food.rsc
I want to go through all directories and rename any file that starts with "red" to instead start with "blue"...
I think it is work of find and sed commands but I am not sure how to formulate this situation...I know for example I can find files by
find . -name "red*" -type f
then how to use this output to rename red to blue?