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The rename tag refers to the action of giving a different name to either an existing file or to a copy of a file as part of some other operations (.e.g. remote copy, backup). Use this tag as well for questions related to the (perl) rename command.

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Use sed for file in */*.ext; do ext2=`echo $file | sed 's/.ext/.ext2/'` mv $file $ext2 done
answered Apr 28 '16 by Peschke
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Assuming all of the non-extension .html files have no extension at all, here is a simple bash script to accomplish what you need. find . -type f ! -iname "*.html" -a ! -iname "*.htm" | while IFS= rea …
answered Mar 19 '17 by Peschke