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Re: [opensuse] Retaining the correct timestamp
  • From: Basil Chupin <blchupin@xxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Mon, 19 Mar 2007 22:23:34 +1100
  • Message-id: <45FE72B6.1060502@xxxxxxxxxx>
Hans Krueger wrote:
Basil Chupin wrote:
Cristian Rodriguez R. wrote:
Basil Chupin escribió:

One undesirable effect is that the timestamp of the original file is
'destroyed' and overwritten by the timestamp when the copying occurs. I
want to be able to retain the original timestamp.
use the "-p" flag of the "cp" command.
Thanks for this.

I normally use mc (midnight commander) and unfortunately it doesn't
have an option equivalent to -p so I now have to adapt myself to using
a command line for copying <sigh...messy, with lots of typing.......>.
(Anyone know of a 'fox' for mc to put in this cp's -p option?)

There is the 'noatime' parameter which can be added to the HD
entries in
fstab but will this solve my problem (if I add this 'noatime' parameter
on all the computers)?

noatime will make your filesystem NOT to update the **access** time of
your files.
Ah, OK- it only works on the Accessed Date and not on the
Modified(/Created) Date.

Thanks again.

Cheers.



I think krusader has a what your looking for
Thank you for this. I had a quick look at krusader and I think it has the potential to replace my favourite midnight commander, and it is certainly better than konqueror as far as I am concerned.

Cheers.



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