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Command line question: rename files, yum, others
I am very new to command lines, so this might sound stupid.
I have a bunch of mp3, they are currently named like this:
01. songtitle - artist.mp3
I want it to be:
artist - songtitle.mp3
Obviously, I could change each file one by one manually, but I am wondering if there is a way to change them all in one line.
I have a bunch of files that are currently named:
I have the list of names that goes with the files in a note pad like so:
Is there a way to change the names of the files automatically from just 01.mp3 to nameoffirstfile
I am wondering how do I do yum install for multiple files at a time. I only know:
yum install thisonefile
Basically for every command, I only know how to open one file at a time. Is there a general pattern that open mulitple files?
Example, I want to open 3 different files all in emacs.
I only know how to open one file: emacs& fileone
Thank you very much in advance.
01-21-2006 #2Originally Posted by bonniehandi
yum install package1 package2 package3 ...
You might want to looko at yumex too to allow you to install apps by selecting them from an X based UI. You can find that on several repository sites, the one I use is at http://rpm.livna.org, the site tells you how to add it to your repo list.Linux user #126863 - see http://linuxcounter.net/