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 ...
I am writing a shell script that gets all the current processes running, and pipes them into grep to filter out the ones I need. But I also need it to give me a timestamp, either when the ps occurs, ...
I have a tool that outputs to standard output every so often, without loss of generality, let's say that the sequence goes: mysystem$ ./runme Starting Done mysystem$ Now 'runme' takes a while to ...
I'm trying to find files that have dates within a specific time range (like the last 2 months). How do I go about doing that?
So for one of my programming assignments, I used the turnin command as opposed to a class-specific binary that I was supposed to use. I didn't realize this until I found out that my assignment wasn't ...
I'm looking for a way to display my time in Debian Linux as a timestamp, e.g. 1279628325 I can't find any options to do that with the date command. Any ideas?
If I copy some file from some place to another using cp, the timestamp on the copied file is set to the time of the copy. Is there some way to avoid this? I need to copy files without altering their ...