Unix program used via command-line. See touchpad or touchscreen if your question relates to those instead.

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Recursive touch command on BusyBox 1.01

I'm trying to write a bash script that will run on my QNap NAS to touch a directory recursively. I have this: find $1 -exec touch {} + However, find that comes with BusyBox 1.01 doesn't support the ...
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Windows recursive touch command

In Windows 7, how can I recursively touch all files in a directory (including subdirectories) in order to update the date/time stamp? Does Windows 7 have a mechanism to accomplish this?
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Linux weird problem touch : command not found?

I occurred a really weired problem, which is touch : command not found. I was going to create a blank file, so I type the touch command which didn't work. I'm running centOS 5. Any ideas? BTW: the ...
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Setting file creation date in Mac OS X

I need a script to set the creation date to the modification date for a bunch of files created by my sound recorder - any way to do this? Running Mac OS X 10.4.11
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Windows equivalent of the Linux command 'touch'?

What do you use when you want to update the date-modified field of a file on Windows? commands accessible via C++, .NET, C#, or something native to Windows (Vista preferably) tools/applications ...