I am on SunOS machine trying to get the date string of the past minute, yesterday I used this command I found on the internet expr `date +%Y%m%d%k%M` - 1 which is worked just fine and I saw the ...
I'm trying desperatly to find a bash or ksh routine that allows me to find for example the previous Monday,Tuesday,Wednesday,... preceding today's date. Additonal it has to work on plain vanilla ...
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 ...
The GNU implementation of the date command has a nice feature to show the date of the last modification of a reference file, and using the +FORMAT parameter it is easy to get the date in any format, ...
Is there any tool in Solaris UNIX (so no GNU tool available) to subtract dates? I know that in Linux we have gawk that can subtract one date from another. But in Solaris the maximum we have is nawk ...