IssueHow to find out files updated in last N minutes?ResolutionIt is simple. Use the following command:Syntax:find -cmin -Nwhere N is the number of minutesExample:find /suresh/home/songs/ -cmin -10Tip:If you would like to see path of the file's directory then use the ls command along with the above command:find /suresh/home/songs/ -cmin -10 ls
As advertised officially
In addition to the comprehensive OpenStack services, libraries and clients, this release also provides Packstack, a simple installer for proof-of-concept installations, as small as a single all-in-one box and RDO Manager an OpenStack deployment and management tool for production environments based on the OpenStack TripleO project
Some of you who follow me may know that I have recently built a pretty nifty framework for working with terminals. ANSI, ASCII, VT100, Windows Console, etc. Its called Tcell, and located on github. (Its a Go framework though.) It offers many of the same features as curses, though it is most definitely not a clone of curses.
Anyway, I decided it should be possible to write a game in this framework, so I wrote one.
I’m pleased to announce the release of Xen Project Hypervisor 4.6. This release focused on improving code quality, security hardening, enablement of security appliances, and release cycle predictability — this is the most punctual release we have ever had.