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From: Joseph <syscon780@×××××.com>
To: gentoo-user@l.g.o
Subject: [gentoo-user] copy resize files with directories
Date: Fri, 21 Dec 2012 05:08:32
Message-Id: 20121221050738.GF22445@syscon7.inet
1 I've found this script that copy and resize file on the fly from one location to another.
3 for INPUT in ./*.JPG; do OUTPUT=/media/stick/`echo $INPUT | sed 's/\.JPG/\_new\.JPG/'`; echo $INPUT /media/stick/$OUTPUT; convert $INPUT -scale 800x $OUTPUT; done
5 I go into each directory manually and run this command, however my camera was originally
6 set to start the same file name every time I empty it so I have the same file name in may directories (the are not unique) so every time I run this script it re-writes
7 the original one.
9 The ideal situation would be go into each directory and create the same director directory on the destination disk with modified files
10 Can anybody suggest how can I rewrite this script to copy files together with directory or change the file to a unique one.
12 I would like to span all directory I'm IN and bellow and run that script on any directory below.
14 --
15 Joseph


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Re: [gentoo-user] copy resize files with directories Joseph <syscon780@×××××.com>