[mythtv-users] Time on Mythweb
bill.peck at gmail.com
Wed Oct 4 17:02:01 UTC 2006
On 10/4/06, John Sutherland <garionphx at gmail.com> wrote:
> I recently went through that... Its pretty simple to fix.. You need
> to add the timezone you are in to the PHP ini file and restart apache..
> ; Defines the default timezone used by the date functions
> date.timezone = America/Phoenix
> That fixed it for me...
Hmm.. I'm very confused then.. I ended up telling xmltv to shift my data by
-1 hour. It looked like things were lined up correctly in MythWeb but I
still get the wrong show recorded for some channels, but not all channels!
But this gives me another thing to look at.
On Oct 4, 2006, at 8:11 AM, Glenn Chubak wrote:
> > I've recently built a new backend server using Fedora Core 5 and
> > mythtv
> > installed from atrpms. Though I've done this a number of times
> > before on
> > Fedora Core 3 I managed to have an unusual issue this time. The
> > time in
> > mythweb is off by one hour. If the system time (reported by typing
> > 'date' in
> > the shell) is "Wed Oct 4 09:08:24 CST 2006" Mythweb will show the
> > current
> > time as 10:08 instead. To further confuse the issue (or clarify)
> > program
> > times are also shifted by one hour. A program that the frontends
> > will show
> > as starting at 7:00 will be shown by mythweb as starting at 8:00.
> > Can anyone shed some light on this? I'm thinking perhaps it
> > relates to a
> > problem with daylight savings time which we don't observe here in
> > Saskatchewan.
> > Glenn
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