I am currently working on a backup script to log into my production server and pull the latest SQL dumps to my staging server. I have no issue pulling the SQL dumps but I do have an issue with moving ...
I'm searching a list of directories for certain files and I want to delete the directory that the file is in. This is what I'm trying: find /converter/storage/unmatched/ -size -4b -name '*.mp3' ...
I have folder "F A" containing some subfolders and files and another folder "F B" containing the same folder structure but no file: find . -type d . ./F A ./F A/SF A ./F A/SF B ./F A/SF C ./F B ./F ...
The use of a renaming program severely screwed up some of my files. I'm trying to get them back in order. I have file structure like this: ./Hello World/some-filename.ext ./Kitty Parade/another.ext ...
In ~/my/path, I want to move all files that contain string "(J)" and have file type of ".foo" to ~/my/path/j I'm trying: [me ~/my/path]$ find -type f -name "*(J)*.foo" -print0 | xargs mv -0 j/ No ...
How can I move only the plain files (not the directories) from one folder in Linux to another folder using the mv command? I have tried mv * ~/, but it copied everything including the directories.