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http://crunchbanglinux.org – this is a script i've been using for a while now with great success. what it does is clean up filenames so they are good to go on a linux-system. this means spaces will be replaced by underscores and special characters will be removed. also, the filename will be converted to lowercase. i've been using this mainly to clean up my mp3-files. along with my other scripts, append & firep (for appending text and doing find-and-replace), these are my go-to arsenal for making sure my mp3-filenames are in order. #!/bin/bash # obtained from paramthegreat @ Arch forums # replaces spaces with (HowTos)