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Re: lynx-dev Siberian soldiers' time

From: Vlad Harchev
Subject: Re: lynx-dev Siberian soldiers' time
Date: Sun, 24 Oct 1999 22:46:15 +0500 (SAMST)

On Sun, 24 Oct 1999, Philip Webb wrote:

> 991018 Vlad Harchev wrote from the vast white expanses (smile): 
> > 16 Oct 1999, Philip Webb wrote:
> >> in following threads involving VH, i am finding it irritating
> >> that his clock seems to be set wrongly, with the result
> >> that his contributions appear lower down the listing than they should.
> >> can he fix it, please?
> > I use an old PC with old clock battery and Win95 is booted infrequently.
> > All this leads to clock skews I'm tired/forgetting to fix on each boot.
> > If my machine was connected to some lan or wan,
> > I could sync the time with other machines, but this is not the case.
> my home machine is a 10-year-old XT,
> whose date'n'time i have to reset at each start-up:
> i simply refer to my desk diary & bedside clock for the correct figures.
> > The most reliable way is to fix dates of my messages by majordomo
> > (setting the time of message arrival)
> > or by setting 'natural order' of the messages in the mail reader
> > or writing procmail rules.
> this is asking other people to go to lengths
> to counteract a problem created by a small omission on your own part.
> the simple solution for me would be to delete all your messages unread.
 My clocks are irritating more and more people - well, I'll try to pay
attention to this problem. 
 Sorry again.
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