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Copy files by date/time order contained within filename?

I have a bunch of files with a pattern like this: {UID}-YYMMDD-HHMMSSMM-NEW.xml Or a real example: 56959-140918-12465122-NEW.XML I want to copy these files to another directory in date and time ...
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What does ~ mean at the end of a file name (e.g. httpd.conf~)? [duplicate]

I edited a fresh apache config file in CentOS 5 using gedit. When I looked at the directory I saw now two files: httpd.conf and httpd.conf~ What does the ~ signify?
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cp /etc/DIR_COLORS ~/.dir_colors not responding

I'm using CentOS 6.5 and Putty. My problem is that directory file names are shown in dark blue color which is hard to read. I google searched and found this link; basically it's copying the DIR_COLORS ...
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File extension case sensitivity on CentOS [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: How to clean up file extensions? I'm using CentOS. There are >10M images in one of my folders, which are furthur grouped into subdirectories. The issue is that some of ...
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Is it possible to add CP-1252 support to CentOS?

We have a CentOS backend running server software that is processing files generated by our clients. Many of our clients are Windows users, and generate these files on their Windows machines in the ...
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Rename All Files with a Certain Name

I'm trying to find certain files with the name "stringx" and replace the name (but not the extension) with "stringy". So basically for stringx.txt and stingx.cs, I'd want stringy.txt and stringy.cs. ...
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Do special characters in paths pose a problem when mounting network shares?

I am trying to create a permanant access point to a windows share from a CentOS 5.5 machine. I edited the /etc/fstab file to have the following entry: //travellot/ArcGIS Setup's/9.3.1 ...