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If you have thousands of mp3 files that you need to load on a large usb drive (200mb or more) making it fit using the limited Kenwood file/folder structure http://www.kenwood.com/audiofile/dnx7120/english.html of 254 folders and 255 files per folder for the device is a pain. So I hacked a little bash script to help.
It searches the current directory for mp3 files and creates a new Kenwood compliant structure from a copy of the original files. The destination directory is hardcoded in the script, so edit that line to what you need. It works in Linux and works for me to have a playlist of more than 5000 files.

 

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