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> Slight 3.23 Installation Issue - Timestamps, Some time stamps are set back one hour
Teijo
post Jan 16 2006, 11:04 PM
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When installing PMView version 3.23 over a previous version, WarpIn warns that several of the files to be installed are older than the existing ones. The file sizes are identical, but the time stamps of the files in v3.23 are exactly one hour older than the "old" ones.

I'm sorry I didn't note the version I was installing on top of - I didn't at first think this was worth reporting, but come to think of it, while a small nuisence it should probably be tidied up.
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Peter
post Jan 18 2006, 10:08 AM
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Ah, that's because my OS/2 machine is one hour off...

Is there an easy way to keep the OS/2 clock synchronized with a time server?

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post Jan 18 2006, 12:43 PM
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[quote=Peter,Jan 18 2006, 06:08 PM]
Ah, that's because my OS/2 machine is one hour off...

Is there an easy way to keep the OS/2 clock synchronized with a time server?

I have a script which I change manually when daylight-savingtime
begings and ends. It queries a second server if the first one fails.
daytime-packagage should be available on HOBBES.

rem winter
SET TZ=CET-1
rem summer:
rem SET TZ=CET-2
daytime.exe ptbtime1.ptb.de || daytime.exe ptbtime2.ptb.de

HTH
Franz
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post Jan 18 2006, 03:19 PM
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QUOTE (Peter @ Jan 18 2006, 11:08 AM)
Ah, that's because my OS/2 machine is one hour off...

Is there an easy way to keep the OS/2 clock synchronized with a time server?

Thanks,
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I use TIME686 (http://hobbes.nmsu.edu/pub/os2/apps/internet/time/time868f.zip).
It's a nice PM RFC868 client and server (if you want it to be smile.gif ).

Very reliable. I have not have any issues since years.

Heiko
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