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[Phpgroupware-tracker] [Bug #1314] Calendar defaults to Dec, 1969

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Subject: [Phpgroupware-tracker] [Bug #1314] Calendar defaults to Dec, 1969
Date: Tue, 05 Nov 2002 19:24:24 -0500

=================== BUG #1314: LATEST MODIFICATIONS ==================

Changes by: henry holland <address@hidden>
Date: 2002-Nov-06 00:24 (GMT)

------------------ Additional Follow-up Comments ----------------------------
I've been having a similar problem but with 1970, in a fresh install

do you think this is a related problem?


=================== BUG #1314: FULL BUG SNAPSHOT ===================

Submitted by: None                      Project: phpGroupWare                   
Submitted on: 2002-Oct-01 17:56
Category:  calendar                     Bug Group:  0.9.14 release              
Severity:  5 - Major                    Priority:  Normal                       
Resolution:  Works for me               Assigned to:  skwashd                   
Status:  Open                           Component Version:  TGZ                 
Platform Version:  BSD                  Reproducibility:  Every Time            

Summary:  Calendar defaults to Dec, 1969

Original Submission:  I just upgraded from 0.9.12 and now my calendar defaults 
to a view of Dec. 1969. I've tried logging out and logging back in to no 
effect, same result every time. 

Follow-up Comments

Date: 2002-Nov-06 00:24             By: ilabs
I've been having a similar problem but with 1970, in a fresh install

do you think this is a related problem?


Date: 2002-Oct-23 04:39             By: skwashd
Did the suggestion below solve the problem?

Date: 2002-Oct-02 13:48             By: skwashd
OK you are caught in a catch 22.  A cvs update before upgrading would have 
fixed the problem.  Unfortunately you have to manually edit you 

Simply remove the whole function (including its body) from the header file and 
then go back into header admin and save the header file again (change the ntp 
server to what ever you prefer).

Please post a follow up so i know to close this if it works.


PS - Sorry for the delay in responding ... rebuilding my pc ... many hassles :(

Date: 2002-Oct-01 21:48             By: None
That didn't work so well. Here's what happens when I try to login to the header 
admin functionality:

Fatal error: Cannot redeclare perfgetmicrotime() (previously declared in 
/usr/local/apache_ssl/htdocs/phpgroupware/ in 
/usr/local/apache_ssl/htdocs/phpgroupware/ on line 99

Note that this did not happen when I upgraded.

Date: 2002-Oct-01 21:39             By: skwashd
You have to go into header admin and select the ntp server.  If you don't want 
to use an ntp server just go into header admin then save it without making any 
chnages - but you still must save it for it to work.

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