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bash command line job...
I don't get it working, following is my problem:
I have a LOT of directories with 631000 files (.JPG) in it. Quite some directories have SUB-directories called "Foto's".
What I like to do is FIND all those SUB-directories out of the bunch directories, copy all the files out of that "Foto's" directory to 1 level higher and remove the just empty "Foto's" directory.
find / -name ./mnt/www/ -name Foto\'s
I get a list of all the Directories I like to get rid of...but first the files in these directories I have to copy a level higher. Who can help me out please??