I'm looking for a program to find duplicate MP3 files.
The program shouldn't use MD5 hashes but it should find similar file names. (Something like Anti-Twin for Windows).
Any help is appreciated.
on 03/10/2012 – Made popular on 03/10/2012
Hi I don't know how they got there but I have a lot of duplicate files in Documents folder, some are ending in , some ~ and some are capitalised. I can use fslint to find duplicate files but it would take a long time to delete each duplicate. Any idea what is causing this? More important how to search for duplicate files recursively and delete them?
Is there a program for linux which can show me a list of all duplicate music files in a directory? This will allow me to delete all duplicate files without searching for them manually. The more advanced the better;).
I am about to write a script that is based on "The Linux Administration Handbook" The exercise is as follows:
Write a shell script to help monitor the health of the /etc/passwd file.
Find entries that have UID0
Find entries that have no password (needs /etc/shadow)
Find any sets of entries that have duplicate UID's
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find entries th
My music library consists of 2 folders, one with FLAC and one with MP3s. All of my FLACs have been converted to MP3 so I can use them on my iPod and therefore are in the MP3 folder. I have many more MP3s than FLACs however, so I wish to keep the MP3s that I don't have as FLACs.
Please note that I don't want to delete the files I just want to remove them from the library.