prename is a utility developed in Perl by Larry Wall (creator of the Perl language) and improved by Robin Barker, which allows you to rename in masses. prename finds all files whose name matches a pattern specified (REGEXP). This utility is part of the perl package in Debian GNU/Linux.
If you can’t connect to ftp site due by ISP provider/Network restriction then it is recommended that you use an ftp client that implements the hftp Protocol
Some months ago when I replaced my Ubuntu 10.10 (Maverick Merkat) by Debian 6.0 (Squeeze) XFCE, on my work computer, it happened that the font rendering were very ugly, the desktop in general looked ugly then I found some interesting trick at the Arch Linux wiki, after reading: Font Configuration, I execute the following steps:
Iceweasel is a completely free web browser based on Mozilla Firefox, but differs from it in that the logo and the brand can be distributed as free software
Desktops such as GNOME, KDE, LXDE, XFCE offer an easy way to determine the size of a file or directory, right-click on the file in question, select properties from the context menu, but environments servers we dont like those mentioned above so it should resort to the CLI and make use of the du command which calculates the space occupied by a file or directory