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
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
Find entries that have duplicate login names
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.
In Ubuntu, is there any to find duplicate folders in a directory (i. e., folders with the same content)? I think there are already some command-line tools available for finding duplicate files (such as fdupes), but I want to find duplicate folders instead.
I have a suggestion: When a thread is close as a duplicate, STATE THE DUPLICATE THREAD! We still need to find answers to the questions, and search does not always yield the needed results, even when the answer we are looking for is avaialable. So if a thread is closed for duplication, please state the duplicate thread so folks can still find the answer they need!