[mythtv-users] mythweb timezone offset
Chris Cox, N0UK
chrisc at chris.org
Mon Jun 14 12:04:28 EDT 2004
Running the latest rpm codeset (0.15.1) and still seeing an odd display
offset with mythweb. I had assumed that this was a common problem but a
friend who also uses myth told me otherwise.
All times shown by mythweb for program listings are off by (currently) 5
hours. This corresponds to the local offset from GMT; CDT is 5 hours
Any shows selected to record through the mythweb interface record at the
correct time. This really does seem to be just a display offset issue.
Perhaps the most unusual fact about my environment is that I run my mysql
database on a separate machine and, in that server's my.cnf file I specify
that the server should use GMT0 as its timezone. That is because I use
the same server instance for a system that I want to use GMT for.
mythfrontend shows all times correctly, only mythweb displays incorrectly.
In an earlier version of my myth environment I had made some changes to
the mythweb code to explicitly add in an appropriate offset.
However, it was rather kludgy! Has anyone else observed similar erroneous
73 Chris Cox N0UK, G4JEC, ex-AB0CN, ex-G8PTC RNARS #1157 EN34jv33
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