What File manager are you using? Kong was great in it's day but it doesn't handle a lot of things now.

On Tue, Aug 14, 2018 at 3:55 PM, Thierry de Coulon <tcoulon@...> wrote:
On Tuesday 14 August 2018 21.05:47 Pisini, John wrote:
> Linux use a \ as an escape character what that means is when you are trying
> to copy a character that Linux doesn't understand you precede it by the \
> like \? this is best described by others like the description by the
> mv this\ is\ a\ file <location>

Yes, and Thanks, but this would mean that I
a) can ccess the folder at the command line (which, for a reason I have not
yet cleared, does not seem to work)
b) mv each file by hand, escaping all problem elements in teh file name

In that case, ripping and re-encoding all the tracks is much, much easier :)


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