[PlanetCCRMA] a little help-a lot of help, helped!

Aaron aamehl@bezeqint.net
Wed May 7 03:28:01 2003

Thank to all I now have ardour up and running!!!!

kjetil was right but I had to redownload the cvs cus I messed to much.
then it got stuck because of ksi which I disabled and voila.

On Wed, 2003-05-07 at 10:54, Steve Harris wrote:
> On Tue, May 06, 2003 at 04:16:54 -0700, Mark Knecht wrote:
> > Something is off somewhere. It probably will not effect the build, but
> > you should figure out where the problem is.
> > 
> > I had a problem like this at one time. I think I had maybe the system
> > clock set to UTC or something? Not sure. I tried a couple of things and
> > the problem went away. My builds worked just fine even though this was
> > happening.
> Yeah, your local clock is off. If you dual boot with windows then the
> hardware clock should be local time (IIRC).
> A common mistake is that people have the UNIX time set to thier local
> timezone, not GMT/UTC. Your UNIX clock (cant remeber the right term)
> should be GMT/UTC and you should set your timezone ot get local time in
> apps.
> You can check by running date, it should show the right time and your
> timezone, eg for me:
> $ date ; date -u
> Wed May  7 08:53:13 BST 2003
> Wed May  7 07:53:13 UTC 2003
> date -u shows UTC time.
> You distribution should provide tools for setting the timezone and
> stuff.
> - Steve
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