Install Classifier file organizer on Ubuntu Linux. It is an advanced file manager for Linux Ubuntu that organize files in your directory instantly, by classifying them into different folders.
Install Classifier File Organizer
The Classifier file organizer can easily be installed and used on Ubuntu Linux Systems. Run the following commands to install the Classifier file organizer on Ubuntu 16.10, Ubuntu 16.04 and other Ubuntu Derivatives:
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install python-pip
sudo pip install classifier
Use Classifier File Organizer
Once installed, using Classifier file organizer is very easy. Simply go to your directory, where you want to classify your files and run the following command in your terminal.
The command will get executed and you will see output message “Scanning Files. Done!”. This OK message shows that the files have been organized in separate folders.
Command Line Arguments
Since the Classifier file organizer is a command line tool, it supports many parameters to be used with the command. Below are the command parameters that can be used:
##Options classifier [-dt] [-st SPECIFIC_TYPES [SPECIFIC_TYPES …]] [-sf SPECIFIC_FOLDER] [-o OUTPUT]
-h –help show help message and exit
-dt –date Classify the files by their Creation Date
-st –specific-types Move the specific file extensions into the Specific Folder
-sf –specific-folder Folder to move files with Specific Type
-d –directory The directory whose files you want to classify
-o –output Main directory to put organized folders
If you wish to learn more about the Classifier file organizer, visit https://github.com/bhrigu123/classifier