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    Converting time_t to unsigned int


    I need to convert 'time_t' to "unsigned int". I am using x86 system and have no option of using 64bit systems. I just need to be able to set my linux system time upto (max.) 2099 and changing the type of time_t would do for me.
    How can i do that "Convert 'time_t' to 'unsigned int' type. Where should i make changes, kernel, glibc, etc.?
    Is there any examples, tutorials that would guide me through this process.?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sudeepkc@pookmail.com View Post
    I need to convert 'time_t' to "unsigned int". I am using x86 system and have no option of using 64bit systems. I just need to be able to set my linux system time upto (max.) 2099 and changing the type of time_t would do for me.
    How can i do that "Convert 'time_t' to 'unsigned int' type. Where should i make changes, kernel, glibc, etc.?
    Is there any examples, tutorials that would guide me through this process.?
    Hey Sudeep, I am also involved into the same problem and looking for the solution and found this thread. May I know that if you managed to proceed on this? Would you please update me with the same. Thank you
    Last edited by Vijay_Nikam; 12-14-2010 at 07:30 AM.

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