Unix Tip #4495- July 2, 2014


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RECURSIVE CASE CHANGE


To convert the file names from
upper case to lower in all
subdirectories a simple script
can be used:

for i in $*
do
mv $i `echo $i | tr A-Z a-z`
done


This tip generously supported by: ksatish@in.ibm.com

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