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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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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 ...
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Need a script to calculate batch file execution time

I need a script that I can call/include from another batch file (.bat) that can calculate the amount of time it takes to execute the first batch file. The script would be used for automation on both ...
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1answer
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Copying the timestamp from one file to another (using PowerShell 2.0 on Windows-7)

On my Android phone, it was configured to save pictures to the Phone-memory. I wanted to free up some memory in the phone, and since I have a 16GB uSD card, I: 1) copied all the pictures to my ...
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1answer
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List full timestamps of files in a tarball

I have a large tar archive and want to see the exact (nanosecond) timestamps that are stored for each file in the archive. In case it's relevant, the tarball is in POSIX-2001 format (tar ...
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Subtract one day on all time stamps touched today in whole system- windows 7

In my windows-7 PC due to cmos battery failure I have to set date time.But i did wrongly i.e set 14th August instead of 13th August. And I found very late after a lot of work done. Now I want to ...