Operating Systems HP-UX How do I take out(remove) the date part in the file name? Post 97274 by ruthless on Friday 27th of January 2006 03:49:18 PM
Hi Mahendra

Thanks for your valuable time.

I tried executing your command but it says the error as follows:

test.ksh
./test.ksh[3]: nawk: not found
Usage: mv [-f] [-i] [-e warn|force|ignore] f1 f2
mv [-f] [-i] [-e warn|force|ignore] f1 ... fn d1
mv [-f] [-i] [-e warn|force|ignore] d1 d2

I think the nawk is not installed. I dont knw whether it comes as built in or need to install seperately, but the above error I am getting and not able to understand why this is happening.

Can u pls spare some more time for me?
 
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