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How can I find duplicate songs?

I'm looking for a program to find duplicate MP3 files.

The program shouldn't use MD5 hashes but it should find similar file names. (Something like Anti-Twin for Windows).

Any help is appreciated.

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marked as duplicate by Bruno Pereira Mar 11 '12 at 11:29

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There is a graphical tool called fslint that has an option to search for duplicate files based on filename.
If this is what you were looking for you can install it by executing sudo apt-get install fslint.

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