I'm running Ghost BSD 11.1, which is a FreeBSD distro, in my case running the MATE desktop. I have a Music folder with over 1900 mp3 files, the bulk of which have duplicates. Because they were accumulated from various machines, the filenames for identical songs differ; many times they have the same filename except for a two digit number followed by a space in the front, e.g., 13 songname.mp3. In other cases, the filename has the full song name, but no number, just songname.mp3. In yet other cases, the filename may or may not have the number, and will also show only a part of the entire song title, as in song.mp3. I would like to be able to eliminate all the duplicates and keep the album directories. I have rudimentary CLI skills, but I'm not afraid to try things. I have tried to research this, but not successfully. Does someone have a suggestion on a FISH script that would identify and eliminate all but one copy of a song file? Thanks so much in advance.