Removing space from filenames

Files with spaces on its name are a bad thing, they will not work correctly with some Linux commands and will test your patience.

Fortunately there is a simple command to remove it:

$ find . -depth -name "* *" -execdir rename 's/ /_/g' "{}" \;

Source: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/2709458/bash-script-to-replace-spaces-in-file-names

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