I am using Ubuntu 10.04, and I have a directory with a bunch of files. We changed the naming scheme of the files a while ago, and now I want to delete all the old ones.
New Name scheme: December_12_2010.zip
Old Name Scheme: December_11_2010_17:54:18_map.zip
I was looking through regular expressions, and I want to see how to do it with them, but I couldn't figure it out. My limited knowledge wasn't enough to get me the right combination. I saw the ":" and thought the best way to delete the files was to say "Delete all files with a ':' in them", but no luck. I would love some guidance!