GPRename is a free and open source file and folder renamer application for Linux. Using GPRename you can insert, replace, remove, delete and add numbers in your file and folder text. It is released under GNU General Public Licence version 3. It comes with automatic trim spaces, zero auto fill, automatics preview, security check, filter, log viewer and more.
How to Install GPRename on Ubuntu Linux
You can install GPRename from the default Ubuntu linux repository. Open the terminal application (Ctrl+alt+t) and run below commands one by one. It will install the latest version of GPRename on your system.
sudo apt update
sudo apt install gprename
After the installation of gprename, you can open it from the show applications menu or via below command.