On 31/10/06, Rick Moen <rick at linuxmafia.com> wrote:
> $ cd /mnt
> $ tar cvzf /root/etc-$(date -I).tar.gz etc
Shouldn't that be s/root/mnt/ ?
> $ dpkg --get-selections > selections-$(date -I)
Interesting. 'date -I' is not an invocation i'm familiar with, nor is
it in the date manpage, but it does nonetheless seem to work (and
usefully too, producing a date of the format YYYY-MM-DD, for those
like me who this is new to).
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