kronos - Converts epoch times to time strings.


  kronos [options]


kronos converts epoch times to time strings. The local time is used by default, but the -gmt option will give the conversion to GMT. The -both option will provide both conversion to GMT and local time.

If kronos is given no options, the current time is displayed in GMT. This is done because the date command is an easy way to get the local time, and this format gives an easy way to get the GMT time.

The epoch time is the number of seconds since the Epoch -- January 1, 1970, 00:00:00.


kronos takes the following options:


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