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Top Forums Shell Programming and Scripting Shellscript to sort duplicate files listed in a text file Post 302367219 by deaddevil on Monday 2nd of November 2009 01:07:02 AM
Old 11-02-2009
I now have a list of duplicate files, but the issue is I need to eliminate only the ones that are same not the ones that are different but still have the same name.

For eg
if the files are
david/project1/symbiosys.pdf
tom/project1/symbiosys.pdf

if both are workng on same project the pdf's may be similar, but I need to be sure, maybe by md5 checksum or something that can be found out,
but if the file size differs i need to save both of them, in 2 different folders to prevent them from overwriting.

Any suggestions or help in regards to shellscript needed.
 

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