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Forum: Linux 08-28-2009
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Posted By nagendramv
diff date
Hi,

One script is giving the date which is not contstant. and the need is to compare it with the current one and find the diff. if it is less than 15 days , need to send an e-mail.

Date...
2,587
Posted By nagendramv
its giving the syntax error syntax error in...
its giving the syntax error

syntax error in expression (error token is ":00:00")
2,587
Posted By nagendramv
comparing with numbers.
How to compare a variable with a value like 00:00:10 ?


Thanks
1,460
Posted By nagendramv
send an e-mail on the date basis
one of the script is writing as fallow .


certification authority - exprire on July 16, 2056


How to send an e-mail to an e-mail id say abc@gmail.com one month before the expire date....
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cut
1,934
Posted By nagendramv
cut
A data looks like this... which is of single line...

'[ [issuedTo CN= Class 1 Public Certification Authority , OU="(c) , Inc. - For authorized use only", OU= Trust Network, O=" , Inc.", C=US]...
1,713
Posted By nagendramv
to find the diff in a date
Hello,

i have a variable where the present date is going to save.
and i have another variable where the another date which will of higher value is going to save.

I need to find the...
3,121
Posted By nagendramv
Thanks a lot Jim mcnamara... it works...
Thanks a lot Jim mcnamara...
it works...
3,121
Posted By nagendramv
sort the csv file
hello ,

the content of a csv file is looking like this...

vah1 , imk4 , LDAP Secure.
vah1 , fmk1 , Not able to SSH
vah1 , fk1 ,Not able to SSH
vah1 , imk1 , LDAP Secure.
vah1 , imk3 ,...
1,146
Posted By nagendramv
Its working Thanks....:-)
Its working
Thanks....:-)
1,146
Posted By nagendramv
command to cut
hello ,

i am grepping for a variable which looks like this...

washome=/home/etc/config/was

how can i cut the the above like which removes washome=
so that i will get /home/etc/config/was...
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