The time at which an event is recorded by a computer.

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Syncplicity: can only change timestamps temporarily

Following the answers from How can I change the timestamp on a file?, I tried setting the timestamp of a file by typing $(Get-Item zz).lastwritetime=$(Get-Date) in PowerShell and by typing touch zz ...
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How to Download HTML Pages of a WebSite, Based on a Time Stamp?

I know this might be a repeated question, and I'm sorry for that, but I failed to find any answer for my problem . I Just want to download the Pages html files, without any other contents, and (If ...
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Updating the emacs style Time Stamp comments in vim

How can I implement this emacs auto time stamp in vim? I have the following string at the top of a file: // Time-stamp: <> Here // are comment characters. What do I need to do so that ...
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Fixing bad timestamps on Skype 6.19

I was doing a bit of testing of a javascript app that had me changing my timezone all over the place. While that was happening, I got a couple of Skype messages that got assigned bad timestamps. Now ...
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Restore Creation date in windows

I made a backup of 230GB of files by uploading them on a cloud storage via FTP. Now if i download the files from there, they show the date when the file is downloaded. (d'uh) I made a backup of the ...
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How to show the “received” time in Outlook to include the second? (hh:mm:ss)

In Outlook, the timestamp of the "received" column in Inbox View is rounded to the minute. This is annoying, since we need to know the second. And the correct minute number. In the options, one can ...
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Wrong modification times when saving on Samba share

I have a kvm virtual machine with Windows 8.1 with main purpose for Word/Excel and a bit of PowerPoint. Sometimes I save the virtual machine state and when turning it on again, the date and time of it ...
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“Delay Delivery” in Outlook 2010 showing wrong “sent” time

When sending emails using the "Delay Delivery" option in Outlook 2010, I find that, although the recipient sees the correct time associated with the email when it arrives in their inbox, it shows up ...
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What is the range of dates that windows explorer can display?

I want to set the created date on some old scanned pictures to a date in 1970. If I do that using a third party tool, Windows explorer displays the date as blank. I thought NTFS could go back to the ...
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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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Is it possible to record live streams with ffmpeg in an audio file with embedded timestamps?

I would like to record the daily programme of an IceCast radio channel (maybe a 24 hour stream), and then select my favourite programmes by embedded timestamps - if possible - according to the daily ...
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Is the Excel “Last Modified” time adjusted to my timezone?

I'm looking at a Last Modified time stamp in an Excel Workbook: I got the spreadsheet from China, and I'm sitting in Denmark. These two countries are in two different time zones, and I would thus ...
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False timestamps on files

So I was wondering how the touch command really worked. I found touch -t which seems to modify the timestamp based on a string of numbers, but how is this string formatted? Can this be used to falsify ...
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Displaying timestamp in Google Chrome browsing history

Google Chrome allows to view the browsing history. Is there any way to display a more complete timestamp i.e. having the hour, minute and second instead of having just the date?
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Finding the newest file in a directory with a million files

I'm currently using ls -t | head -1 to get the name of the newest file. But it takes a long time because my directory has a million files. I guess a chunk of time is lost unnecessarily in ls -t when ...
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How can I use Excel to represent “thu jan 16 01 29 13 0000 2014” in time series plot?

I am trying to represent this time stamp: "thu jan 16 01 29 13 0000 2014" in excel for time series analysis. How can I make excel realize?
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How to use the input stream timestamp, as the output stream timestamp?

I use this command to convert: ffmpeg -copyts -i test.flv -vcodec libx264 -acodec libfaac -f flv test-out.flv but the timestamp in the output file is different from original file. the starting ...
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Time stamping of files in Windows 8

I need to know the exact time I shot a video. The video was shot with an iPhone and moved to a Windows 8 PC. The Properties dialog in Windows tells me the following about this file: Created: ...
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Preserve ctime with SCP

How can I copy a file using SCP while preserving ctime (modification time)? I have a folder on my Mac (OS 10.8), and the results of ls -l and ls -lc are the same. $ ls -l total 0 drwxr-xr-x 9 ...
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Wireshark merging pcap files

I'm trying to merge 15 pcap files using wireshark. The merging is successful. I'm using the appending function so that the second file is just added to the bottom of the first file. But when this is ...
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Determine when computer woke up from hibernate?

How do I determine at what time the computer woke up from hibernate?
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How to find exact start time of Youtube event

I need to find the exact time that a youtube video started streaming on Youtube. This event was live streamed, and I need to be able to identify when it started, in order to find timestamps for a ...
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Configuring who to output seconds

I need to see who is logged in when. That's pretty simple using who, the problem is that the time output looks something like: Feb 14 15:15 I need the seconds as well. How can I make this ...
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How to disable modified time-stamp in windows?

Disabling Accessed time-stamp of files/folders in Windows is pretty easy. However, when you save a file, Windows updates its Modified time-stamp, and along with that the Accessed time-stamp also gets ...
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Force FFMPEG to honour timestamp when receiving raw frames

My app interface is recorded with FFMPEG: ffmpeg -f rawvideo -vcodec rawvideo -s,1280x720 -pix_fmt argb -r 15 -i - -c:v libx264 -b:v 1024k result.mp4 All works very well except that the output ...
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Correct date not printed for Bash history command [duplicate]

When using the history command, it shows the same date for every entry. I need to find the correct date for commands run several weeks or months ago. How can this be done? Sample current output: $ ...
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File timestamps inconsistently update on network drive in Windows 7

This problem has been bugging me for a couple years now, and I have not been able to find a good solution. I develop code in both C++ and VB6. When I compile my C++ code in Visual Studio 2005, the ...
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Add custom time to video frames using ffmpeg

I am using ffmpeg to encode raw pixels data (bgr32) into a video file. Pixels data is being sent from java application to ffmpeg stdin pipe. I am looking for a way to add a timestamp overlay to each ...
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batch - File last modification time with seconds

I want to know when a file has been modified for the last time. I can get these infos using the following batch script: FOR %%i IN (myfile) DO SET modif_time=%%~ti The problem is that I need ...
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Avoid errors from tar failing to restore directory permissions

I observe the following behavior with both tar 1.26 and 1.27.1: $ mkdir a b a/diffowner $ sudo mkdir b/diffowner $ sudo chmod a+w b/diffowner $ echo foo > a/diffowner/foo $ tar -C a -cvf test.tar ...
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Windows 7 screen flicking due to F5, how key is not stuck

In Windows 7 HP Laptop, I have "F5" key issue. The key does not appear to be stuck and tested with usb keyboard, to check this. In IE, Firefox, and Chrome, the screen is flicking, along with Outlook, ...
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Retaining creation date with unison

Is there a way to retain creation dates using unison? I can preserve the modification times, but I also need creation dates. Edit: OS in use are BusyBox (EXT4) and OS X (Extended Journal)
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Why are the timestamps on files created on an NFS mounted partition different?

I have a server with an NFS mounted volume. When I create a file on a local volume, the time stamp matches the date command. When I create a file on the NFS mounted volume, the time stamp is off. ...
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How can I tell how long a particular file has been in a directory?

I want to find (and delete) all files from a directory that have been in the directory longer than X days. I know that I can find files that haven't been modified in an hour with find /directory/* ...
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Ubuntu - Add timestamp to image

I have a folder full of images. I'm trying to add a timestamp onto the image itself, for every image, based on the date that the file was created. Is this possible? I've read this post here, but it ...
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How to add timestamp on MySQL outputfile?

Hi I'm making an event that runs every minute and extracts certain columns on a table and creates an output-file in excel format Since I cannot overwrite the file, i wanted to append a time-stamp on ...
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How to sync file times from one directory tree to another

I have two file trees. The first one consist of original files. The second one is a duplicate but lacking correct file timestamps, they are all set to the last duplication date. Is there a clean and ...
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How to analyse timestamp in ext4 manually?

I am doing research on Ext4 and I believe I understand the fundamentals of Ext4. Ext4 stores timestamps. In my assignment, I have proposed to analyse the timestamp of Ext4 MANUALLY instead of typing ...
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time stamp XXXX s in the future issue - touch command (Linux)

When I untar a tar.gz file on Debian Lenny, I get the such outputs: tar: openssl-1.0.1e/apps/openssl.cnf: time stamp 2013-02-11 15:26:04 is 1360584537.139999998 s in the future ...
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how can I extract from video using ffmpeg with timestamps information

I am using ffmpeg to extract frame and save it into jpg files as follow. ffmpeg -i video.avi -r 1 -f image2 -q 1 %05d.jpg However, how can I get the timestamps information of each extracted frame. ...
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How to rename files based on timestamp, with batch script?

Suppose I have 10 files generated by the system every day under D:\Temp. The names are RANDOMLY generated. Assume I need to rename the oldest one to be 'aaa', the second oldest one to be 'bbb', then ...
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How to rename some files according to their timestamp

suppose I have 10 files generated by the system every day under D:\Temp. The names are RANDOMLY when generated. Assume I need to rename the oldest one to be 'aaa', the second oldest one to be ...
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How to get timestamp since epoch in Windows?

I want to measure the time of start for a program but for this I want to get the timestamp in Windows, but I need to get the time-stamp in mili-seconds since the Unix epoch format. (The Unix epoch is ...
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What is the easiest way to change the creation time for large amounts of files so that they are sorted alphanumerically?

I am trying to get images to display in a specific order on as many smartphones as possible without them requiring specific software, and the easiest way to do this is to change the creation times of ...
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How to find files with invalid timestamps on Windows

I have got a number of files on a NTFS partition that contain bogus 'modified' timestamps (for example 12/03/1804). I have tried to use enter System.DateModified:<01/01/1970 into the Windows ...
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Finding when a particular video was last viewed on a Macbook Pro

Me and my little brother just got a speeding fine on a trip we both take, but we're not sure who was driving. I know my little brother's been watching a particular series of videos on his Macbook Pro ...
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How to fix timestamp issue in Excel Graph?

I am working on making a scatter plot in Excel of some temperature data. I have column A containing the date data as mm/dd/yy. column B containing the time data as hh:mm:ss AM/PM and the rest of the ...
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determine when unsaved Notepad file was created

I have an open notepad file on my machine which I don't recall making. Is there a way I can determine what time and day the file was created (registry key or whatnot)? I haven't saved it yet because ...
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How can I timestamp each line outputted by a serial device?

I access a serial measurement device via screen /dev/tty.usbserial 9600. While the device is measuring it outputs its data n times per second on one line. How can I add a timestamp every line (or ...
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Linux Utility for “Timestamping” Functionality

wget's timestamping functionality ensures it only downloads files that have changed. I'm looking for a linux command-line tool that will recursively compare a directories contents with a saved version ...