Originally Posted by colucix
That doesn't produce anything useful when I try it.
I think the first thing to note is that "same name but in different case" is actually something of an oxymoron. If the case is different, they do not have the same name. E.g. hello and HeLLO are two different names.
The closest I've been able to get is this
mike@continuity:/tmp$ touch hello
mike@continuity:/tmp$ touch HEllO
mike@continuity:/tmp$ touch Hello
mike@continuity:/tmp$ find . -iname \* 2>/dev/null | sort | uniq -id
The output of the find command tells me that there is more than one file with a name that is a variant of hello. But it doesn't tell me that the other files are call. I can find them with another find command though
mike@continuity:/tmp$ find . -iname hello 2>/dev/null