Find command (Linux options?)
I am trying to do the following:
I want to have a list of all files in a directory and its subdirectories with a md5 hash in its first column.
This is to get a list off all mp3s which I have double.
I though to use
find /musiclocation -printf %f
or something similar (which does not show the path)
But it seems that the command syntax is different.
Is there another way I can accomplish this? or is it possible to install a port that has the linux find command?
Maybe someone knows another approach to this.
Thanks in advance.
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