OpenSUSE :: View Files By The Date At Which Last Accessed?

Jun 30, 2010

Is there a way (I'm on kde) to view files (hopefully in dolphin but I'll take anything) by the date at which they were last accessed?

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Ubuntu Multimedia :: Replace Jpg Files Last Modification Date With Timestamp Creation Date?

Sep 22, 2010

I'm looking for a method for modifying some jpg photo files last modification date with the corresponding timestamp creation date of each file.The reason is that shotwell import pictures in folders according to last modification date which is stupid on my opinion.

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Ubuntu Multimedia :: How To View Pictures By Modification Date

Mar 25, 2011

When I go in a file with pictures and right click on it I tell it to arrange pictures by modification date but when I start viewing the pictures and click on next then it shows them to me in Alphabetical order.I am using Eye of GNOME 2.32.0 to view picturesHow do I get this application to show me the pictures by modification date

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OpenSUSE :: Possible To View And Edit Db3 Files ?

Aug 7, 2010

Is it possible to view and edit db3 files in linux? OpenOffice does not do it and dbview says it can't read version 83. Just wondering. I am not really firm with databases, but i remember that i did view databases in linux.

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OpenSUSE Install :: Can't View My Windows Files In KDE

Nov 28, 2010

I am trying to view my Wiindows files in the file browser in KDE, but it tells me to install a piece of software (I am able to view them using the terminal). Does anyone know how this packages is called?

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General :: Determine What Files Are Being Accessed By A Process

Mar 23, 2010

How would I find out all the files a particular process accesses?

I am using Ubuntu 9.04.

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General :: Find Files That Have Been Accessed After They Were Created

Sep 10, 2010

With the find command it is easy to find files that have been modified or accessed within a given period. When a file is created, the acesss time is the same as the modify time. But as soon it is accessed (read), the access time changes, but the modify time does not. I need to find files that been accessed at all, ie. files which have access time newer than modify time. How do I do that?

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OpenSUSE Install :: Auto Play Dialog Box Comes Up Saying View Files And Folders - Seems Nothing

Feb 28, 2010

when i try to mount the ISO (it's a Live CD) onto my emulated DVD Drive it doesn't seem to work. The only thing that happens is that the auto play dialog box comes up saying view files and folders and i tried everything and nothing seems to work. I am currently on Windows 7 Home Premium and have an External Hard Drive

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OpenSUSE Install :: View/access/read The Files From Data Partition?

Dec 1, 2010

I am a total noob when it comes to opensuse. I just read the reviews and comments from forums taht's why I wanna try this alternative. I have 1 physical drive that has two partitions. 1 is dedicated for my windows OS (20 GB) and the other for my data (approx. 100GB).

How can I install opensuse 11.3 to just 1 partition (20GB) and leave my data partition (approx. 100GB) as it is? Can I still view/access/read the files from my data partition after I have successfully install opensuse 11.3 to my Os partition?

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General :: Command To Find All Of The Files Which Have Been Accessed Within The Last 30 Days?

May 14, 2010

Command to find all of the files which have been accessed within the last 30 days?

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Slackware :: 13.37 With X11 + GeForce 9800 GT - Several Files Cannot Be Found / Accessed

Jul 21, 2011

I recently install 13.37 x64 and I'm attempting to get my video card going but I'm having some problems with X11 currently. After running xorgsetup I checked the xorg.conf file with VI editor and the device was configured as "modesetting". I have the "nouveau" driver blacklisted and attempted to use the more stable "nv" driver with my GeForce 9800 GT and the xserver crashes claiming several files can not be found/accessed. The "vesa" driver issues a highly garbled screen and crashes as well.

The driver now claims a kernel module has possession of the video card and the "nv" driver will no longer work. Anyone have any idea because this did not happen when I used version 13.1 x64 with the same card and had X11 configured with "nv" until I could install the Nvidia proprietary driver.

Edit: (update) I reinstalled 13.37 again and this time it registered the X11 server under "nv" as the driver using xorgsetup, yet it still required the "nouveau" driver edited in to actually enable X11. I'm going the SBo Nvidia packages possibly later tonight or tomorrow anyway. Hopefully it should work fine until then.

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Software :: Application To Eliminate Doubles In Files / Rename Changed Files With Date?

Jan 12, 2011

I have bought an external usb hard drive on which I back up my three computers every once in a while.Space will quickly be used up.I can't find that little bit of research that I need yesterday.Here is what I would like to find:An application that eliminates doubles in identical files and renames files that have changed by appending the last saved date yyyymmdd to the file name.Does such an application already exist?

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Ubuntu :: Show Date And Size Of Files During Files Replacement?

Jan 16, 2011

I am newer to Linux ( using Ubuntu 10.04) : I have noticed that during replacement of a file , no date and size of the new and old files are shown in the dialogue box so how to show that ( like the one in windows)

I know that it is easy question , but i really don't know how to do that , by the way I have checked folder preferences and system --> preferences but i did not find something for that

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Programming :: Sort Files In Directories Based On Files Date

Sep 8, 2009

I need a script that will take all the files in a given directory and create new monthly sub-directories and sort all the files based on the creation date into the appropriate directory.For example, all files created between 01/01/09 and 01/31/09 will be placed in 'JAN-2009'

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Server :: Get A List Of Most Accessed, "hot", Files?

May 14, 2010

I have used search and google but i can't see to find an answer to this (if it's here please link and spank me for search-failing I admin a server that serves small (static) images as part of a bigger site. There is about 1 TB of images, but most of the are seldom accessedThe problem: Large cheap disks are slow and i would like to move the most accessed images to something faster (be it a server with faster disk in better raid or a machine with ram-cache or SSD or whatev). But how do i find the "top accessed files in period X"? Anyone have an idea? It's probably an obvious cat-grep-sed-mangle of something in /proc but i just can't solve it on my own.

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General :: Deleting Files By Date

Nov 5, 2009

I had a program run riot and it has created hundreds of spurious files in one directory. Fortunately they are all dated 4th November so are easily identified. What bash command can I use from the console to delete them all?

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Software :: How To Get Current Date Log Files

Mar 13, 2011

Currently I'm using `ls -l | grep "Mar 13" ` for listing today log files.Output :-rw------- 1 root root 2188192 Mar 13 10:33 audit.logBut my requirement like below,note permission,date,size...audit.log Note : Where 10 logs file are same directory in different date , But I'm looking files which are logging in today date (Mar 13)

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Fedora :: Rename JPG Files To Creation Date

Sep 2, 2009

I have a list of .jpg files from two cellphones that I would like to rename to the file creation date... but so far I can't seem to find a suitable script (or anything remotely close to what I need).

These are jpg's snapped on cellphone cameras, so no EXIF data exists.

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General :: Untar And Only Extract Those Files That Are Above A Certain Date

Jun 16, 2010

Is there any way to untar and only extract those files that are above a certain date including directory structure??

I restored a backup on a play server but it was a few days old. However I have a tar archive of the entire structure that is more up to date and healthy so now I want to extract all files (including directory structure) based on a date filter on the files if possible?

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Ubuntu :: List Files By Creation Date?

Aug 19, 2010

I'm looking for a terminal command that gives me the latest created folder in a directory tree.


ls -lR --sort=time --reverse

this i almost good, but a) it gives me files (rather than folders only), b) it sorts the files by folder (rather than just giving me a plain list of everything) and c) it takes way to long.

what i want:


2010-08-01 ./path/to/folder/a
2010-08-03 ./path/to/folder/b
2010-08-06 ./another/folder/c


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General :: Copy Files Revised After A Certain Date?

Feb 15, 2011

I am running ubundu 10.10 and want to copy all files revised after a certain date (01.02.2011) to a certain location (usb memory stick) for backup purposes. How do I use the "cp" command, or do I have to use any other command ? Or may be this is not possible in Linux ?

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General :: Find Files In Date Range?

May 31, 2010

ls -l /tmp/empty_file*
-rw-r--r-- 1 root root 0 2010-05-30 08:00 /tmp/empty_file
-rw-r--r-- 1 root root 0 2010-05-30 12:00 /tmp/empty_file1

This looks good, the files expected to be seen are output: find /usr ( -newer /tmp/empty_file -a ! -newer /tmp/empty_file1 ) -print

But this shows me files that should not be output and likewise when I replace ls with tar it is tarring a whole bunch of stuff I do not want: find /usr ( -newer /tmp/empty_file -a ! -newer /tmp/empty_file1 ) -exec ls -l {} ;

In the end I would like to replace the "ls" with "tar cvvfp some.tar {} ;", but can't figure out what is going wrong here.

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General :: Rsync Files With Dates After A Certain Date?

Jun 8, 2010

I was going to do a rsync -r -a -z -v -p -e sshto move some files frome server to another, but then realized all I really need are files which have dates starting June 1, 2008 to current. Is there a way to have rsync only sync those files?he directory structure that's my source goes all the way back to 2004.

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Server :: Rotating Files That End With A Date Stamp?

Oct 10, 2010

how I should go about rotating files that end with a date stamp. This is the configuration I have to rotate my Apache access files, but it is not working:

/var/log/httpd/access_log.* {
rotate 1

The files are created with a date extension like the ones below:


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Debian :: How To View .la Files

Jul 4, 2011

About the Debian release plan of .la files removal.


I also saw that list that is being talked about in that wiki entry.


Does anybody know how can one look in his/her system and find how many individual .la files are installed ?

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Ubuntu :: How To View Pdf Files

Nov 15, 2010

how i can view pdf files

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Ubuntu :: How To View CAJ Files In 11.04

Jul 24, 2011

How to view CAJ files in Ubuntu 11.04?? A CAJ file is a CAJViewer Full-text Database file.

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Software :: How To View Flv Files

Jul 21, 2011

I have some flash video files with extension .flv which I originally viewed successfully in iceweasel. I then downloaded them for future access (there is no copyright issue with these BTW), but I cannot play them back. Is there a debian package which will view flv?

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Slackware :: Can't View Files On 13.1

May 13, 2011

I recently had Pardus 2011 Installed and i moved a pile of files from my extra hard drive and cleaned it and moved files back onto it. The music files/folders wont show up on SlackWare but if i flip in a ubuntu live cd or run pardus they show up just fine. But here is the kicker. If i for example one of the cd's was a band from in town where i live. If i hash check the torrent so it is seeing if the files are on my computer to share. It will show them if you show directory and if you use Dolphin you cannot see them at all. Is there some kind of setting somewhere i have tried the action of showing hidden files.

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Fedora :: Automatically Renaming Files While Sorting By Date?

Apr 17, 2010

I often record music from the webradio with Streamtuner.How can I rename the mp3 files recorded in a way that numbers are added to the beginning of the filename representing the order in which the titles were played on the webradio station?I am looking for an automated solution like a renaming tool since there are usually hundreds of files in a directory. I used autorename / ARen for windows back in the day when I was still on XP. What I could do with the tool was:a) Sort the files by date of creationb) add an increasing number at the beginning of the filename based on the position in the sorted list.

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