On March 8, brendan.halpin at ul.ie said:
> I think the answer is no, having scoured the man page (without
> complete comprehension) but I wonder if find has a means of
> searching relative to a specific date rather than -mtime or -mmin.
>> find / -name important.txt --since --date "2002/02/28 12:00:00"
You could create a file using touch to set the mtime to the date you
want, and then do find -newer refering to the timestamp file.
Waider. Ugly, but workable, as is this hack.
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