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Sheet1 Page 1 ######################################################################### # DO NOTE REMOVE OR CHANGE THIS BLOCK WHILE YOU COMPLETE THE ASSIGNMENT # ASSIGNMENTS COMPLETED WITHOUT THIS BLOCK INTACT WILL NOT BE GRADED # # ULI101 - FALL 2010 # ASSIGNMENT 2 BY: Cindy Toledo # [email protected] # # PLEASE REMEMBER THAT SHARING YOUR SOLUTION WITH ANOTHER STUDENT # IN PART OR IN ENTIRETY IS A VIOLATION OF THE ACADEMIC POLICY # # BIGBROTHER COMMAND VERIFIES THAT YOU COMPLETE THE WORK INDEPENDENTLY # BY RECORDING YOUR PROGRESS AND COLLECTING STATISTICAL DATA # # IF YOU DELETE OR DAMAGE THE COMMAND BELOW BY ACCIDENT, YOU CAN RETRIEVE # THE ORIGINAL BY ISSUING THE ASSIGNMENT START COMMAND AGAIN bigbrother acf8a5b69d271281de34bbd0eb53f2b0172d46f2 momo ######################################################################### # ASSIGNMENT 2 INSTRUCTIONS, PERSONALIZED FOR tcindy # Create a BASH shell script called momo (My Own Music Organizer) # in ~/uli101.a2/ directory according to the following specifications:" # Your script will be used to organize a collection of MP3 files. # Files to be processed are expected to reside in a single directory # (no sub-directories). # Your script, must create subdirectories for each artist and # create symbolic links to each song in appropriate directories. # The script usage will be as follows: # momo source_directory [destination directory] # If the destination directory is not provided, the present working directory # is the destination. # The name of the file/link will be based on album and song name
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This note was uploaded on 12/10/2010 for the course CPD ULI101 taught by Professor Parker during the Fall '10 term at Seneca.

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