This is a bit of an embarrassing question, but I have to admit that this late in my career I still have questions about the mv command. I frequently have this problem: I need to move all files ...
I have some files and folders that are all in uppercase that I want to rename to their lowercase equivalent. What would be the best way to go about doing this in bash on a Linux system? As an example ...
O.K I am trying to do the following very simple command and it is failing as follows... mv '/home/admin/Downloads/folder1' '/home/admin/MyLibrary/MyVideos/TV/folder1/' mv: cannot move ...
can anyone tell me why when I type: mv -f ./tmp/members ./ I get: mv: cannot move `./tmp/members' to a subdirectory of itself, `./members' And moreover the correct way to move this directory? ...