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    should be sorted now.

    J.

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    Linux Guru sdousley's Avatar
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    testing it's ok?

    Edit: not quite, but close enough, i make it ~1min fast, but that's within my acceptable limits jason hehe.
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    well after a period of being ok it's now showing the the time as GMT (but an hour out ie BST (but says it's GMT)... pore mite it's all confused
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    The time now is 19 Jul 2005 11:15 am

    All times are GMT + 6 Hours
    It's 1 hour faster then my local time.
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    Pentium-IV 3.00 Ghz(Cache -2MB, 64 bit), 512 MB RAM , 128 MB agp, 160 GB Hdd (SATA)

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