[mythtv-users] SOLUTION: Seek (FF / Fast foward) does not skip correctly

Ant Daniel antdaniel at gmail.com
Fri Jul 1 06:09:04 EDT 2005

On 6/30/05, Simon Kenyon <simon at koala.ie> wrote:
> On Thursday 30 June 2005 14:29, Walt Howd wrote:
> > After three days...(I know, I'm slow. . .) I noticed that the
> > /etc/localtime was linked to Vienna. The install for Xebian did *not*
> > prompt me for the timezone during setup. I linked the /etc/localtime
> > to my correct timezone, restarted the frontend and it all works fine.
> > I just wanted to send this back to the list to be available for future
> > records.
> oh thank you, thank you, thank you.
> i have had this problem on one of my frontends since april and had given up on
> it ever being fixed. i rebuilt myth and redid the tables (as your mail
> siggests you did).
> this really needs to go in the FAQ.
> regards
> --
> simon
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How very strange.

My /etc/localtime was a copy of /usr/share/zoneinfo/GB, even the
checksums where the same, but by linking it to /etc/localtime and
restarting (as you suggested) the problem has gone away. Making me
very happy, and about to add +100 to the WAF.

Thank you very much for finding this problem.
Why it does that I can't even begin to imagine.


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