.call files - Adjusting a complete time stamp with touch


#1

I would like to adjust the date of a .call file to change when the call goes out of the auto-dial queue. I have read the wiki explaining the touch command, but I there is not enough detail in the example for me to figure it out completely.

I’d appreciate an example touch command for a .call file where I can specify the full date (year, month,day,hour, minutes,secs), and then look at the file name (or its properties) to verify that I’ve done it correctly.

Thank you!

David


#2

use the command.

touch -d yyyymmHHMM


#3

thanks!

To view the timestamp after using touch, what linux dir command will worK?
dir -l ?


#4

I believe it is

ls -l

or

ls -g

issued within the directoy of interest.