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comment How do I use gunzip and tar to extract my tar.gz file to the specific directory I want?
Or better use the -C switch as mentioned in the answers.
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comment How do I use gunzip and tar to extract my tar.gz file to the specific directory I want?
when you run a shell script ,its current working dir is the one from where it is triggered , you can use cd command in your shell script and run extract and then use cd - to come back to the original dir.
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comment How do I use gunzip and tar to extract my tar.gz file to the specific directory I want?
you can change your current dir to dir where you want to extract the tar and run the extract command from there like tar xf /path/to/t.tar.gz and then change the path back to original dir
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comment Find a file which is 30 minutes old
this will tell you the files which was created or modified 30 minutes back
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accepted How to call a shell function
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asked How to call a shell function
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revised Change date only for a single non-root user in Linux
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comment Change date only for a single non-root user in Linux
I want to change the day and time from what it is now to another day and time in Linux without having root privileges.I hope it is clear now.
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comment Change date only for a single non-root user in Linux
Exporting TZ variable changes timezone. Can it change time also ? For example , If I want to change date from Mar 21 to Nov 21 in your example.
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asked Change date only for a single non-root user in Linux
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