kpn$ cat scriptit.txt
    Some shellscripts of mine. Done for personal use only, but shared here so anyone can take them and use them if they like. All scripts are provided as-is and without support. But you can do anything you like with them. All done in freebsd and (bash|zsh) enviroment, but might work on linux and other shells too.

    admin FreeBSD admin, open into it's own page...
    salasana Create random passwords
    free info about memory usage (something like "free" in linux)
    num number guessing game
    lento for flight checking in/out from hki-vantaa airport (OBSOLETE! does not work with current version of airports website) script for thumbnail creating function (or includes) for choosing IP to bind
    di.shList files in directory and info about file types
    du.shDisk usage of homedir and mailbox List assigned IPs and check hostnames for them

    And here we have some oneliners for commandline usage
    Change extensios of filenames (without rename, example all .htm to .html):
     for i in *.htm; do mv "$i" "${i/.htm}".html; done

    Remove whitespaces from filenames (ie. convert whitespaces to underscores):
     for i in *; do mv "$i" "`echo $i | tr " " "_"`"; done

    Change some text inside many files (ie. change "Foobar" to "foo" inside all .html)
     find ./ -name "*.html" -exec perl -pi -e "s/Foobar/foo/g;" {} \;

    Change all file names recursive w/o touching directory names
    Example changes fooBAR to FOObar in all file names under /home/testi recursive, but it doesnt touch directory names
     find /home/testi -type f | while read I ; do mv "$I" "${I%/*}/`echo "${I##*/}" | sed s/fooBAR/FOObar/g`" 2>/dev/null ; done

    Same as earlier but using tr to convert whitespaces from file name to underscores
    Again this will leave all underscores to directory names
     find ./ -type f | while read I ; do mv "$I" "${I%/*}/`echo "${I##*/}" | tr " " "_"`" 2>/dev/null ; done

    Make all numbers inside file bigger (ie. add 3 too all numbers inside file i.txt)
     perl -i.tiny -pe 's/(\d+)/3+$1/ge' i.txt

    Same with stdin example (ie. output would be 4 is 3)
     echo '2 is 1' | perl -i.tiny -pe 's/(\d+)/2+$1/ge'