how do i get 3rd week of friday in every month and execute a particular script say /tmp/abc.sh ???
i think after "cal" we can traverse through using some for loop.:wall:
pls help me.
For many of you, the first years of the Black Friday were reserved for the electronics/computer minded folk and the contents of the sale were kept under wraps like a state secret. Fast forward to 2014 and now Black Friday is merely the official kickoff for the holiday shopping season.
we made a script in which i am putting a day in a variable by this command
d8 = `date +%a`
after that I am checking for next working day meand week days only for eg.
if today is Monday than previous day would be Friday and
if today is Friday than next day is Monday else it would be date +1
I am getting error while using this 'if' condition whole using in ksh shell on AIX server having no dat
Last Friday, exactly a week ago, I changed my F3, which I'd had since a week after the past Thanksgiving, over to the Tribute. I had pondered getting a Volt, but as I'm a cheapskate, I hadn't done so yet.
Is there a sociological explanation for why yum updates often don't run? ( The only good technical solution I've found is "try again later".) Are most mirrors updated on the weekends? - the social habits of geeks? I seem to have more trouble on weekends than the middle of the week.
Today (Friday) there are errors about the checksum of ...sqlite.bz2 from all mirrors.
Ok im just wondering and I have a feeling it might be possible with a "cron job" ... maybe?
Someone in the office deosnt work weekends, but they get all our online enquirys. They want to have their emails go to another email address but only from 4pm friday through until midnight sunday. Every week it would be like that so the rule would never have to change.