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Re: UP1000 and SuSE 6.3

Subject: Re: UP1000 and SuSE 6.3
From: Iwao MAKINO (makino@hpc.co.jp)
Date: Thu Mar 30 16:50:50 2000


Does
cd /
touch now
find . -newer now -exec touch {} ¥;
rm now
do the same?

As Rich described, when I first noticed this issue, I set clock 20years back
and did re-install, and from that point on, I always turn them 20 years back
when I install.

regards,

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---------- >From: "Calvin Coghlan" <ccoghlan@ascensionhealth.org> >To: <axp-list@redhat.com> >Subject: Re: UP1000 and SuSE 6.3 >Date: Thu, 30 Mar 2000 15:40:38 -0600 >

> No. > > Calvin. > >>>> larry@scrugs.lkg.dec.com 03/30/00 03:41PM >>> > Does this fix dates on links too? > > larry > >> >> #!/bin/sh >> now=/tmp/now.$$ >> touch $now >> find / -newer $now -print0 | xargs -0 touch >> rm $now >> >> su to root >> >> run the script: >> >> ./set_date > > > > > > > > > -- > To unsubscribe: send e-mail to axp-list-request@redhat.com with > 'unsubscribe' as the subject. Do not send it to axp-list@redhat.com

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