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software OS4   software OS4 : YoctoFacts: minimalistic clock synchronisation
   posted by Chris_Y on 6-Feb-2013 9:42:20 (1379 reads)
The team that brought you FACTS, the critically-acclaimed NTP time synchronisation tool for AmigaOS, is proud to present YoctoFacts for OS4.

OS4 has time synchronisation built in, however, until now, it has been a manual process through Time Prefs, or via the Date command. YoctoFacts changes this, keeping the time up-to-date in the background via a tiny, PowerPC-native, commodity.

YoctoFacts: It's so small, you won't even know it's there.

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raumfahre 
Re: YoctoFacts: minimalistic clock synchronisation
Posted on 6-Feb-2013 15:28:59
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@Chris_Y

Excellent - works well.
Thank you.

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Re: YoctoFacts: minimalistic clock synchronisation
Posted on 6-Feb-2013 17:20:01
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Sounds useful now that my Amigaone 500 no longer keeps time on switch off :@


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From: I'm actually flying into a bug!

It doesn't care about timezones. :(

I'm pretty sure that's a plain bug instead of an oversight.


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@Thematic

Yes, it's a bug. I was struggling to test it because OS4 was ignoring my timezone changes.

I think this version should work: http://homepage.ntlworld.com/cdyoung/tmp/yfacts.lha

Can you give it a try and report back?


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@Chris_Y

Seems to be working.

Later I'll try turning my router off for a moment and see if it recovers after powering it.


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