For example to change all my pngs to jpgs all I have to do now is navigate to the target directory and type:.
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How to Change File Extensions of Files via Command Line in Mac OS
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Like Windows, I can manually change a file extension by simply right-clicking the file and renaming its extension. Is there a similar way in Red Hat? How to change file extenstion in RHEL?
Batch rename file extensions in Mac OS X Terminal
Command line: Open terminal and type following command " mv filename. Same as Microsoft Windows right click and rename its extension.
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