I try to find why when I do the command ls or whatever ls -la the column format is wrong with date. It should be like that: -rw-r--r-- 1 johndoe johndoe 55 janv. 26 2011 not like that : ...
I was reading through the man page of ls on UNIX, specifically OS X Mavericks. This got me intrigued: If the modification time of the file is more than 6 months in the past or future, then the ...
I'm new to Linux and I'd like ls to display current date and time as a side effect every time I use ls. How do I go about changing what a command does?
I need a command which will list the files between given date and time (YYYYMMDDHHMMSS - format) in to a text file. I don want to use touch command as its creating permission issue. I am new to this ...
I have Solaris 10 machine I need to verify time stamp of some file in my Solaris machine And to get the following format [year][month][day] Example of working command on Linux ls -l ...
How can I Get a list of all files modified , say 3 months ago. I checked this question but I was not able to apply it to my scenario. I am trying this now , it seems to be working , but I know there ...
Is it possible to get the time when file was opened last time and sort all files in a directory by those times?