I want this command in windows with cygwin installed, so any Linux command will work for me. I believe that I have described my question completely.
I want to have a shell script with a parameter specifying some time. Is there already an existing way to transform time expressions ala: 1d, 34m, 3s, or 0.456h, or 23ms into lets say just ...
Don't ask why, but I would like to know a linux command, besides "la -laR", since that could not take that long according to where you are in the folder structure, that takes much time to complete.
saving the results of the time command while discarding the results of the command being timed (unix)
I'm timing how long it takes to run a command foo. I'm looking to append the results from the time command to a file, and discard the results from the foo command. I tried the following, but it didn't ...
Generally, wget shows transfer times in seconds. Is there a way I can to make it show the time in milliseconds?