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2010-04-14T03:23:51.401-07:00

Hi guys,

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The challenge has ended. Ax0n and armando are both...

2008-02-19T05:28:00.000-08:00

The challenge has ended. Ax0n and armando are both winners.

Please send a message to me at esofthubREMOVE"@"THISgmail.com with the exam code of the PrepKit that you would like to be sent to you. uCertify.com will send it to you directly.



Very interesting stuff; will take a look.For the c...

2008-01-23T11:28:00.000-08:00

Very interesting stuff; will take a look.

For the challenge, here's how to search for all files created by a [user] that contain a [string] in their name, excluding any that contain an [excludedString]; and then save the results in a [file].

find / -user [user] | grep -v [excludedString] | grep [needle] > [file]



wow this blog has a lot to offer. i learned so man...

2008-01-22T17:19:00.000-08:00

wow this blog has a lot to offer. i learned so many things. thanks a lot..



Thanks for the tip. I know of a few other CBT tra...

2008-01-22T13:03:00.000-08:00

Thanks for the tip. I know of a few other CBT training sites but haven't been terribly pleased with them. That's worth a look.

As far as the challenge goes, I'll bite. Convert Epoch Time (raw filesystem data, database timestamps, etc) to human readable timestamp with perl on the command-line. Example:

$ perl -e 'print scalar localtime('1201017672'); print "\n";'
Tue Jan 22 10:01:12 2008