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Ask for date on boot (challenge)

Issue An old laptop computer with XP loses date every time it boots. It has no more battery pack so it has to be plugged permanently in to wall. What I already tried Replaced the little button ...
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1answer
102 views

hardware clock is set but date command is displayed wrong date and time

I am setting date with settimeofday function my hardware clock is set perfectly but when i execute date command it shows me wrong date and time. but if i reboot the system than it show me proper ...
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0answers
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Move all files in directory to date-time based structure [duplicate]

I am hoping someone here can help me with (hopefully) a simple task... I have a folder (/img/) with thousands of pictures in, and I need to move them into a date-time based folder structure based on ...
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1answer
667 views

Timezone setting in linux

I'm setting timezone GMT+6 in my linux machine by copying zoneinfo file to /etc/localtime but date command showing time UTCtime-6, can any one explain me this behaviour? I'm assuming date command ...
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1answer
253 views

Python to see if a file falls into a date range [closed]

I have a script that I want to have an if statement check if a file falls between several specified date periods as it searches directories. I have been able to get the time in %Y-%m-%d format for the ...
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3answers
689 views

How to extract the time HH: MM of a cell stored as "dd/mm/yyyy hh:mm format in excel?

I.E. 01/07/2011 09:30 I would like to extract 09:30 of this cell. How I can do it
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0answers
464 views

What format can I use in Excel to display both date and time in system formats

I need to display both date and time in system date and time formats. I know that [$-0xf800] means the system long date format and [$-0xf400] means the system time format, but [$-0xf800][$-0xf400] ...
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1answer
797 views

How can I batch shift the creation date of files on OS X 10.6.8?

Please note that I am not asking how to change the creation date of a bunch of files to a given date. I want to shift the date by a given amount of time, for example 47732400 seconds. Can I ...
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1answer
251 views

Identify date/time format

I've been given some data to create some chart graphics and the dates are in a format I don't recognise. If I knew the format name I could easily look them up but initial search has drawn a blank. ...
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0answers
597 views

Linux stuck one hour ahead (CentOS)

I use CentOS, and for some reason, one of the servers I bought (amongst a network of other servers I do not own) is off by one hour. The time is one hour ahead no matter what time zone I set it to. ...
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1answer
358 views

UTF/unix time conversion in access

I am fairly good with access/excel/etc. However I am running into a brick wall with a database I query regularly for information. It has date/time fields that are tracked in unix time format (number ...
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3answers
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Ubuntu clock is wrong and I can't change it (running as VirtualBox Guest under OSX)

I have a strange problem with my Ubuntu Natty virtual machine running under VirtualBox on OSX. One day last week, my clock on the top bar in Gnome stopped displaying the correct time (I'm not running ...
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2answers
371 views

Convert “Mon Aug 01 09:08:25 CDT 2011” to a usable date/time using Excel

I have a giant spreadsheet with computer names and the date stamp that they last reported into our PGP server that I need to convert to a usable date/time, so I can sort the column by the time the ...
3
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2answers
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How to make an application detect if system time has changed in Linux

I need to write a small application which needs to detect if the system time is changed by an another application/user and perform some action as soon as it is detected (maybe log the data that time ...
0
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1answer
195 views

Can I set a unique date/time for a single user in Ubuntu?

Is there a way to give different users unique system date/times in Ubuntu? For example, if I wanted the date to always be June 22nd for user Bob (because that's his birthday) but still have the ...
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4answers
4k views

Timezone conversion by command line

I know about http://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/converter.html I can't figure out how to query http://www.google.com in a sane natural format like "5pm BST in PST". Or do I have to write such an ...
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1answer
1k views

How to change time (Advanced Eastern Time) on Slackware 8.1

I have a linux (Slackware) machine and the time/date is like, June 23rd 2003, 10:00am (It's 11 here) and I am not able to set the time to have it correct. I change the timezome to Montreal but the ...
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7answers
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Windows 7 - display date using small icons

I recently upgraded to Windows 7 and need the date displayed with the time. This works, but only if I use large icons in the taskbar settings which is quite ugly. Any ideas how to display the time ...
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2answers
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In Windows 7, how to show day name in system tray clock?

Without installing third-party software, how do I display the day in the clock in the lower-right system tray clock in Windows 7. For example: "Tuesday" (in addition to normal time and date ...
9
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4answers
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Is there any software or hardware which lets you stop, slow down, speed up or even reverse time?

Obviously I'm talking about time in terms of the PC clock rather than real time. We were testing an application we've developed at work by setting the clock forward and back to simulate different ...