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Bonzer! That script was exactly what I've been looking for. It's so good on the trial folders I set up, that when I let it loose on /dev/hda, it instantly recognised that I had two operating systems, deleted the one (marked "Windoof Genuine Advantage"), and kept the better version (marked "linux")! Only joking about the last bit, I cleared that crap off my hard drive five years ago, but sincerely, well discovered!
if you're interested in a solution where you can rank directories
for priority of beeing deleted if duplicates found in them.
also providing a configuration file with regexes for selection
you can find a full list of features here.
the program is here http://perlhobby.googlecode.com/svn/...e_eraser_v0.7/.
also there is a readme file here that describes the program in detail.
I read your post. We all need to delate Duplicate Files Deleter softwere for delete Duplicate files form our PC. So I have a softwere for this work. I sheared with you my softwere so there is the link to go my site Just go there and download the free version of this softwere. If you like that then buy If not you don't want to buy it.
I've recently found a software "Duplicate Files Deleter", and it can help you with this. Check http://DuplicateFilesDeleter.com . There is a video to explain the process. Pretty nice solution to delete duplicates safely.