Thanks for those suggestions, it looks like they'll get the job done. I'll
be working on it this avo / over the w/e and if I come up with anything I'll
On 27/10/06, Pádraig Brady <P at draigbrady.com> wrote:
>> Patrick O'Connor wrote:
> > I've got about 80Gb of music files stored on my home server many of
> > are duplicates. I'm currently upgrading to a new box with more storage
> > would like to be able to weed out the duplicates before I copy them
> > Anyone know of a command / script to do this?
>>http://www.pixelbeat.org/fslint/> You have to select interactively (using ctrl+click)
> which files you want to delete.
> If you're happy just keeping one copy
> no matter where it is then do the following
> in a shell after installation:
>> export PATH="$PATH:/usr/share/fslint/fslint"
> findup -d ~/my_music/
>> You can specify the -t option with -d to test.
> I.E. It only reports what it would do
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