5 Shell Scripts for Linux Newbies to Learn Shell Programming – Part II

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Avishek Kumar

I am a major in computer science, love to research nix. I love to write codes and scripts, review distros, experiment Foss Technologies, write technical articles, Hack, of course Ethically. I am working as System Administrator (nix) for a NGO.

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  1. Prince says:

    How to print a time stamp of multiple files from different path?

    • Avishek Kumar says:

      How do you get time stamp of one file?
      simply by executing of the below commans
      $ stat /path/to/file/file_name
      $ ls -l /path/to/file/file_name
      $ ls -lc /path/to/file/file_name
      $ ls -lu /path/to/file/file_name

      So how will you print time stamp of more than one file from different location
      $ stat /path/to/file/file_name /path/to/file2/file_name2
      $ ls -l /path/to/file/file_name /path/to/file2/file_name2
      $ ls -lc /path/to/file/file_name /path/to/file2/file_name2
      $ ls -lu /path/to/file/file_name /path/to/file2/file_name2

      Hope it helps!

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