Download Manager Query

Karl F. Larsen klarsen1 at
Sat Jan 30 21:17:48 UTC 2010

Leonard Chatagnier wrote:
> Karl F. Larsen wrote:
>> Leonard Chatagnier wrote:
>>> When one downloads a duplicate copy of an app into the same folder, DM
>>> add a "(2)" to the end of the filename and before any extension.  That's
>>> good, I think, but you can no longer operate on the file, rename it or
>>> execute it. I would like to execute the last downloaded file instead of
>>> the older one, even though they are identical except for naming but
>>> can't seem to do that. The error output is:
>>> mv ubcd411(2).iso ubcd411.2.iso
>>> bash: syntax error near unexpected token `('
>>> I expect if I had tried to burn it, I would get a similar error.
>>> Any one know how circumvent the issue?  thanks for the help.
>> 	Try sudo mv and see if that works.
>> 73 Karl
> The problem was solved in the response previous to yours. In any case,
> I don't need to use sudo in my own home directory on a file that I also
> own.
	Yes it was the bash thing on the first name. I am not a bash 

73 Karl


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