Unix Tip #4527- August 3, 2015


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WHAT TIME IS IT REMOTELY?



To get time on a remote UNIX machine within the same domain,
you can use the command:

% telnet 13

Trying ...
Connected to
Escape character is '^]'.
Fri Aug 27 19:20:27 1999
Connection closed by foreign host.

You can create a handy alias for the following command
to get the remote time:

telnet 13 | grep :


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