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The OpenBSD date utility is used to

  1. set the date and/or time on the system, or
  2. display the current date and/or time, or
  3. parse the time and date on the format [[[[[[cc]yy]mm]dd]HH]MM[.SS]] without setting the system's time, using the -j option.

It is not a generic date conversion tool that is as flexible as GNU date in its parsing capabilities. If you want GNU date time/date parsing capabilities, install the coreutils port/package and use gdate instead.

Also note that the -d option for OpenBSD's date is used to set the system's value for daylight saving.

The OpenBSD date utility is used to

  1. set the date and/or time on the system, or
  2. display the current date and/or time.

It is not a generic date conversion tool. If you want GNU date capabilities, install the coreutils port/package and use gdate instead.

Also note that the -d option for OpenBSD's date is used to set the system's value for daylight saving.

The OpenBSD date utility is used to

  1. set the date and/or time on the system, or
  2. display the current date and/or time, or
  3. parse the time and date on the format [[[[[[cc]yy]mm]dd]HH]MM[.SS]] without setting the system's time, using the -j option.

It is not date conversion tool that is as flexible as GNU date in its parsing capabilities. If you want GNU date time/date parsing capabilities, install the coreutils port/package and use gdate instead.

Also note that the -d option for OpenBSD's date is used to set the system's value for daylight saving.

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The OpenBSD date utility is used to

  1. set the date and/or time on the system, or
  2. display the current date and/or time.

It is not a generic date conversion tool. If you want GNU date capabilities, install the coreutils port/package and use gdate instead.

Also note that the -d option for OpenBSD's date is used to set the system's value for daylight saving.

The OpenBSD date utility is used to

  1. set the date and/or time on the system, or
  2. display the current date and/or time.

It is not a generic date conversion tool. If you want GNU date capabilities, install the coreutils port/package and use gdate instead.

Also note that the -d option is used to set the system's value for daylight saving.

The OpenBSD date utility is used to

  1. set the date and/or time on the system, or
  2. display the current date and/or time.

It is not a generic date conversion tool. If you want GNU date capabilities, install the coreutils port/package and use gdate instead.

Also note that the -d option for OpenBSD's date is used to set the system's value for daylight saving.

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The OpenBSD date utility is used to

  1. set the date and/or time on the system, or
  2. display the current date and/or time.

It is not a generic date conversion tool. If you want GNU date capabilities, install the coreutils port/package and use gdate instead.

Also note that the -d option is used to set the system's value for daylight saving.