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Increase the modification date for the files selected with the find command.
syntax for resolution is: (see "man gs" for further informations)
remove files with access time older than a given date.
If you want to remove files with a given modification time replace %A@ with %T@. Use %C@ for the modification time.
The time is expressed in epoc but is easy to use any other ordered format.
on multihomed hosts, connected to several networks, could be usefull to know the source address (local ip address) used to reach the target host, this command does not require root priviledges.
The command use a TCP socket, if there is any error the command return an empty string, elsewhere return a valid ip address.
create an archive of files with access time older than 5 days, and remove original files.
create a copy of a video file without the audio tracs