[fpc-pascal] Wrong Time from Now() or Time() => [SOLVED]
alex at familie-bauer.info
Wed Dec 10 00:21:17 CET 2008
I found the problem for the the wrong time.
I checked /etc/localtime and this was ok, but there was also a file
/etc/timezone with a wrong entry !
fpc seems to first checks the /etc/timezone and then /etc/localtime
Kylix, and also all other programs i've tested do it in the different order!
vince coen schrieb:
> Have you checked what time zone you have set up?
> On Thursday 04 December 2008, you wrote:
>> Valdas Jankūnas schrieb:
>>> Alexander Bauer rašė:
>>>> I have a strange problem with fpc 2.2.2 on Ubuntu Linux.
>>>> The function Now(); did not return the right time ?!?
>>>> It returns the time UTC - 6 hours.
>>>> Any suggestions ?
>>> try GetTime or GetLocalTime from SysUtils unit.
>> It's always the same time. UTC - 6 hours.
>> But it's not a problem of fpc or the functions, it must be a problem of
>> the Linux Ditribution.
>> On Ubuntu 8.04 Desktop the time is correct.
>> I use a system based on Ubuntu Server 8.04 and get a wrong time.
>> Does someone know what system components are relevant for the time
>> functions ?
>> Perhaps the system i use has something missing.
>> Btw. the linux date command shows the correct time, of course.
>> fpc-pascal maillist - fpc-pascal at lists.freepascal.org
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