Easy way to find a files 'creation' date and time.
Unix doesn't record that. It only keeps the times of last access, lastQuote:>Easy way to find a files 'creation' date and time.
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I'm a beginner here so, so far everything i read has gone
way over my head. My problem is I got a script sent to me
decoded or something like that. You are supposed to enter the
data into a uudecode or something but I'm not sure how that's
done. There's a program on the university's main menu that
called UUDECODE but everytime I run it through it, it says it
can't open the file. Comments ??????? Help ?
4. Linux suxxxx