timestamp is used for questions that are about data specifying seconds since the epoch (19700101T00:00:00) or possible some other standard, and also for (date) and time information in filenames.

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Correct timeline of a .ts file

I have some MVs that is recorded from a TV, but timeline was incorrect somehow: Anyone know some tool that can fix it ? The media plays fine, just the displayed stuff doesn't look good
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get original creation date of html file

Can I find the creation/last modified date of an html file? For example, I would like to know when some index.html file from some website was created, not when I downloaded it.
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find's - cnewer broken on NTFS-3g?

After extracting an archive to the wrong place, I thought I'd erase everything created after it, but find . -cnewer archive.7z gave the wrong results. So I made a controlled test by touching three ...
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List files from time X to time Y

How to list out all files created between from 'x' to 'y' time? I want to list out files created between "29-dec-2014 18:00" to "30-dec-2014 18:00". Using ls or stat?
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creation time attribute on CIFS

I have a linux server which captures network pcap files and save it to a CIFS shared drive. I have found out that the creation time and modified time of the pcap files seems to be the same. Which ...
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SVN wants to commit everything after server re-install

the motherboard of a dedicated server I'm renting since five years went south and the motherboard got replaced by a new one. The very old (Debian) distro couldn't keep up with all the new hardware on ...
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Encoding a video from Unix Timestamps + ms

I have a sequence of images that were taken from a camera that have been saved in a naming convention that contains the unix timestamp as well as milliseconds. For instance, 1333351808430.jpg (I typed ...
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System accounting misbehaviour on MacOS X (Yosemite)?

On all my Unixes (CentOS, FreeBSD, MacOS X) I activate the system accounting as a basic security rule. On MacOS X (Yosemite, 10.10.3) I see a misbehaviour I am investigating to fix. Everytime I run ...
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In Emacs' org-mode, any way to hide the subtree with timestamp not set to today?

I just started to learn org-mode (and Emacs) and I plan to use it as a calendar/timetable/todo-list hybrid. Is it possible to hide entries with timestamp not set to today? If so, how? For example, ...
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Cancel removing a directory, and want to find out what have been removed

I was removing a directory by rm -r mydir and cancelled it in the middle. How can I find out what have been removed under the directory? Does remove a content of a directory change the timestamp of ...
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get time of file in inotifywait tool

for this script: inotifywait -m /path -e create -e moved_to | while read path action file; do echo "The file '$file' appeared in directory '$path' via '$action'" # do something with the ...
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Shell script time output over java enviroment

I am running a script from java program using sshxcute API. Script contains: #!/bin/sh data=`stat -c%y filename` echo $data Script running on bash gives output: 2014-03-08 13:26:29.335545828 -0800 ...