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Author Topic:   community servers are back under logscan control
KiLlEr
Member
posted August 13, 2003 04:20 PM            
see title

and just in time for tonight's stock CTF!!!!!!!!!

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buick 8
unregistered
posted August 13, 2003 05:26 PM           
im in w.v. so what time should i join in

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KiLlEr
Member
posted August 13, 2003 06:05 PM            
http://treadmarks.boomstickjoes.com/main.php?page=Events/calander.php&group=Events&uid=&

you compensate for the timezone and daylight saving time (DST) by changing the dropdown box and checkbox at the top of the page.

This has most of the schedualed events.

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Sailor
Administrator
posted August 13, 2003 06:29 PM            
Killer - you need to clarify the Your current time is: on that page if you set the timezone you are in to show that the time and date displayed is GMT not your actual current time.

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BamZipPow
Member
posted August 14, 2003 12:00 AM            
Just noticed that the time is off on the calender, too! Is the host server time set correctly? Just curious...

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KiLlEr
Member
posted August 14, 2003 12:34 PM            
I checked the server's gmt time and it set correctly. Make sure you are using the http://treadmarks.boomstickjoes.com address since that screen uses cookie, and cookies are tied to the url.

I am however having some issues with a few of the date computation functions in the version of PHP that the webhost installed. They are looking into it. Thankfully, its not affecting the actual code that starts and stops events on the server (the gmt based date computations are working fine, its just the non-gmt based ones are funky. It maybe that the gmt offset on that server is fouled up).

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