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The only time I have ever seen cp giving this error was when an iso image was mounted twice, eg: /dev/sr0 mounted on /mnt AND /dev/loop0 mounted on /mnt too. In this scenario, I think cp gets some recursion it can't handle. For me, unmounting both loop0 and sr0, then running mount -o loop /dev/sr0 /mnt again fixed it (done by root or sudo user).


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Have you ever considered using powershell ? Try this command : Get-ChildItem -Path your_path -Recurse | Rename-item -NewName {$_.name.ToUpper()} Of course, replace the your_path part by the path of your folder. Hope this helps !


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You probably want to consult the support channels of those reference managers for this, but for the basics, and in particular How do these (xml,csl?) file attach themself to the .doc file? Both Zotero and Mendeley store citation information in Word "Fields" (the same thing that would e.g. be used for automatically updating dates, page numbers, or ...


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I would suggest the use of a file manager for the command line, like: Midnight Commander Last File Manager Vifm


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If you're using bash, and you have a rule for the transformation of the filename that you can articulate clearly (e.g., insert 12345 after the first g), you can do mv longTab !#:$:s/g/g12345/ Words beginning with ! are history references.  !# refers to the current command (so far).  :$ means the last word on the line, so, after mv longfilename, !#:$ refers ...



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