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On the command line, 'find' reports back an illegal time value
I want to run the following command. find . -mtime -60s When I do, I get this output instead: CLIENT% echo `date +%s`-1308741881 | bc 5152 CLIENT% find . -mtime -`echo `date +%s`-1308741881 | bc`s ...
Jun 22 '11 at 7:32
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