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Tue, 22 May 2001 13:03:06 -0500
Nevermind, I just noticed that the name of the bugs email address had the
package name in it. I have since downloaded the package. The program I
need is there. It appears the name is date, instead of gdate, but it
appears to be the same program.
>The help file of gdate listed your e-mail to report bugs. This is not a
bug, but I wasn't sure who to contact.
>I took over administration of a server and one of the users on that system
use gdate in his scripts. I am settinng up a new server and I will have
>to migrate everything to this new server. The previous administrator did
not leave any src files for me to recompile gdate on my new server, so I
>am out searching for this package.
>I have looked through the GNU software at your site, but so far I have not
found this program. Is it a seperate package or is it part of another
>package? The output of --help is listed below just in case you need that
to identify what program I am talking about.
>Thaks for your help,
>Systems Administrator, OTR
>University of Southern Mississippi
>Phone: (601) 266-6430
>mangrove# gdate --help
>Usage: gdate [OPTION]... [+FORMAT]
> or: gdate [OPTION] [MMDDhhmm[[CC]YY][.ss]]
- GNU Date?, Mike Kirgan, 2001/05/22
- GNU Date?,
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