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'[OT] Your PC Time & Date'
1999\02\11@103019 by Wagner Lipnharski

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I don't know if you guys have problems with the new posts from
other members who has its PC Time & Date completely out of this
world.  If your PC is reflecting a BAD Time & Date, your post
to the list will carry it wrong too.  When we receive it, your
post will go the somewhere else in the date/sort list of emails,
so difficult to find it, with a bit of surprise about;

         "hey, how that email is here for so long
                  without being noticed?"

I just received one from 12/18/98!!!

What happens is that normally you don't check your PC date/time
to be correct or not, other people can see it via your emails.

Where in the web we can find that little program that does
automatic date/time settings everytime you enter in the net?

Wagner Lipnharski.
http://ustr.net

1999\02\11@103844 by Harrison Cooper

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Wagner Lipnharski wrote:
"Where in the web we can find that little program that does
automatic date/time settings everytime you enter in the net?"


hmmm....yes, lets allow the internet to set our date/time
settings....typically this is in the BIOS.  I prefer that nothing outside my
machine or internal network (our NT network sets the time/date when I boot
my machine) touch the BIOS.

1999\02\11@104147 by Peter Schultz

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Hi,
Called SocketWatch, http://www.locutuscodeware.com
Cost $10 to register, it works fine for me
Peter Schultz
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DVP Inc.
3430 Ocean View Blvd. Unit A
Glendale, CA
(818) 541-9020
Fax: (818) 541-9423

>Where in the web we can find that little program that does
>automatic date/time settings everytime you enter in the net?
>
>Wagner Lipnharski.
>http://ustr.net
>

1999\02\11@105003 by WF AUTOMACAO

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Wagner Lipnharski wrote:
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Some people has TRIAL SOFTWARE...and they fix the Date and Hour on
Autoexec.bat startup...

mIGUEL

1999\02\11@105606 by Andy Kunz
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>Where in the web we can find that little program that does
>automatic date/time settings everytime you enter in the net?

I have a manual PD one, Atomic Time.  Anybody wanting it can e-mail me
PRIVATE and I'll send it out.

Andy


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1999\02\11@110403 by Ross

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1999\02\11@114552 by Nigel Orr

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At 10:27 11/02/99 -0500, you wrote:
>Where in the web we can find that little program that does
>automatic date/time settings everytime you enter in the net?

Tardis does it for Win 95- not sure where on the web though...

Nigel

1999\02\11@130658 by William Chops Westfield

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>>    yes, lets allow the internet to set our date/time settings

Doesn't sound like a good idea on the surface, but there exists the "network
time protocol" that can synchronize clocks on distributed computers on an
internet to within "on the order of a millisecond", which is pretty cool.
(Much better than your on-board clock can do.)  You might as well not trust
WWB or the phone company number.

BillW

1999\02\11@180651 by Matt Bonner

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Andy Kunz wrote:
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> >Where in the web we can find that little program that does
> >automatic date/time settings everytime you enter in the net?
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> I have a manual PD one, Atomic Time.  Anybody wanting it can e-mail me
> PRIVATE and I'll send it out.
>
I believe that this program has changed from freeware to shareware.  I'm
now using another one called "AboutTime".  According to its help tab,
it's available at:
 http://www.arachnoid.com

--Matt

1999\02\11@184428 by Mark Willis

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Wagner Lipnharski wrote:
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 I use "AtomClk", myself.  It's not perfect (I'd like it better if,
when it gets a drop-out of it's time host, it'd go snag the next NTP
time server on it's list of servers, instead of displaying an error
dialog box and giving up!)  It works well, though, and I know this
machine's clock is spot on as a result.  (I'm under Dos/Win 3.11 here)

 I've had NO negative results as a result of using this (unless you
count getting used to having it as negative <G>)

 Good places to search for any file you want:

 http://www.filez.com/ "Search over 75 million files" search engine.

 http://www.simtel.net/simtel.net/ (and ftp sites etc.) Huge archives
 Tardis2A.Zip is there, off
 http://www.simtel.net/simtel.net/win3/inet-pre.html for Win 3.x (They
have Win95 archives as well.)

 http://garbo.uwasa.fi/ Huge Archives
 ftp://garbo.uwasa.fi/pc/comm/ has pdclk207.zip (for MS-Dos)

 http://filepile.com/

 http://www.davecentral.com/ (see Connectivity - Time Synch) has many
including AtomTime98, Tardis 4.0, etc. - I think I'll try out Chron 1.4
myself as it looks better than AtomClk.

 Mark

1999\02\11@234050 by Eric Oliver

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Hey guys,

I wrote a service that runs under Windows NT 4.  You simply specify a RAS
connection name when you install the service. The program sleeps until it
detects a RAS connection. It then checks to see if the RAS connection is
the one specified at installation.  If so ( the RAS connection should be
your internet connection ), it attempts to connect to a Naval time server
and sets your clock to that time.  A parameter determines how often it will
check the time.  The default is one day so it will only get the time once a
day even if you use that RAS connection more than once a day. Anyone that's
interested is welcome to it. The one drawback is that there is no user
interface. All configuration has to be done through directly editing params
in the registry.  My company has been using this program for over a year
with no problems. However, I am sure when it is introduced into a new
environment a few bugs will rear its ugly head.

Just let me know if you're interested.

Eric

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1999\02\12@064922 by Caisson

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> Wagner Lipnharski wrote:
> >
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> >           "hey, how that email is here for so long
> >                    without being noticed?"
> >
> > I just received one from 12/18/98!!!

That's nothing !  I received mail's from 2098 (Alan Nickerson), 2036 (Uwe
Holz), 2004 ( Matt Bonner) and several from the year 2000.  But better yet
where those from 1904 (marcel), 1978 (Stephen Collister), 1988 (Ansel
Sermersheim) and 1995 (M Walter).

And than to know that all those messages where received between 1998 and
now ...

Greetz,
 Rudy Wieser

1999\02\12@071249 by Alan Nickerson

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Isnt that weird, my PC gets it's clock updated with an NTP client, so it's
very close to accurate. I have even check it with a GPS clock.

Either that or I really am from the future :)

Alan Nickerson

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