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#5 wontfix PHP iCalendar should default to Eastern time zone andersk

(Imported from #397407.)


I exported my TechTime? calendar as an iCal and uploaded it to PHP iCalender and the events are 4 hours off. I've been looking online and don't see a fix for this. Since the Oracle calendar is in wide use here, I figure somebody is doing this.


Hm, a 4-hour time discrepancy sounds rather like PHP iCalendar not knowing about your time zone - and indeed, the standard config file defaults to GMT.

If you edit the file "" in your install directory, you will see a line about one screen down with the text:

$timezone = '';

Change this line to read:

$timezone = 'US/Eastern';

This should introduce the proper 4-hour time difference from GMT. Let us know if iCalendar continues to give you problems.

#8 fixed execsys RPM installs improperly andersk

(Imported from #405341.)


For some reason,

rpm -e execsys; rpm -ivh execsys.rpm

on o-f does not populate binfmt_misc whereas the same command does populate binfmt_misc on b-m. Running "service execsys-binfmt start" manually works.

Fortunately, the confusion resulting from this bug did not cause any http downtime due to LVS.

Also: When o-f was not serving http requests, ssh-ing to failed completely instead of allowing logins to the second server. Perhaps I didn't wait long enough.

#16 invalid auto-installers need better error handling andersk

(Imported from #419862.)


It appears to me that you left the Title field blank in the setup process. (This is the last question, after it finishes uncompressing the installation.) This confused the auto-installer, leaving it in a half-installed state. (The "You have to set the wiki up first!" page should not show up if the auto-installers complete.)

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