identifies duplicate files within given directories
FDupes uses md5sums and then a byte by byte comparison to find
duplicate files within a set of directories. It has several useful
options including recursion.
fdupes - finds duplicate files in a given set of directories
fdupes [ options ] DIRECTORY ...
Searches the given path for duplicate files. Such files are
found by comparing file sizes and MD5 signatures, followed by
a byte-by-byte comparison.
fdupes (1.50-PR2-4) unstable; urgency=low
[ Sandro Tosi ]
- disabled, since it's losing data if files are on different filesystems;
thanks to Mike Hommey for the report; Closes: #677419
[ Jari Aalto ]
* Remove deprecated dpatch and upgrade to packaging format "3.0 quilt".
* Update to Standards-Version to 3.9.3 and debhelper
The following list, organized by fdupes version, documents changes
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a list of indentifiers referring to the people who contributed
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- A bug with -S shows wrong results.
- A bug causes the following behavior:
$ fdupes --symlinks
This package was debianized by Adrian Bridgett <email@example.com>
It was downloaded from http://
The following people have contributed in some way to the development
of fdupes. Please see the CHAN
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