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I am newbie in scripting. Made a script but not executing properly. I want to take tar backup of files of first 15 days of the month that is 1st to 15th May. Files are in this format -->> 01May2012 to 15May2012
The script is given below.. Please help me to make this correct
today=`date '+%d%B%Y' -d '-11days'`
tar -cvf backups1to11.tar /opt/Server.Log_11Ocg01/$today
I've ran and test SUSE 7.1 and 7.3 and later in VirtualBox. Here's some notes about each
7.1 - Offers KDE 1.1 and 2.0 and Kernel 2.2/2.4. GNOME 1.2. Only 640x480 with 16 colors with XFree86 4. Includes as both Sax1 and SaX2 and Yast1 and YaST2. You may have to fight the sound server, but it works well once you have it fired up. This is the only one older than 9.2 I installed from an Install CD instead of an FTP server.
7.3 - KDE 2.2 and GNOME 1.4. Same video resolution and...