Re: A question about "Timestamp" and "Created Time"
Yeap, anyways...the "Last Modified" is in the current date too, any ideas?
On 12/1/06, Matus UHLAR - fantomas <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
On 01.12.06 10:22, Eduardo wrote:
> Hi, I have a FTP server that is outside my company and the users on my
> network (inside the company) must put their files at this FTP vwith
> the help of a NFS mounted directory that I shared with SAMBA.
> But when anyone puts a file in there, or even if I transfer the file
> using SFTP, the "Created Time" attribute changes to the current date.
> And when anyone puts a file via FTP, the "Created Time" changes too.
> Does anybody knows how can I keep it to original??
linux and unix filesystems do not support "created time". They are emulated
using the "last-modified" timestamp.
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