Nidoking (nidoking) wrote,

It just said 9:41, but what it meant was 9:47. Although the actual time really was 9:41.

Finally, we got it working. I take some of the credit for noticing the typo in the install script, at about the same time the guy working on it did. There are still a few details that need to be fixed, but they won't stand in the way of our testing. What will get in the way of our testing is even more network problems. Gotta love that network!

I just noticed that some of the LCD segments in my old clock are out. I suppose it could just need new batteries, but it's always just uniformly faded in the past. I'm pretty sure that clock is at least half as old as I am, so it's probably lasted longer than it was meant to. It's still sort of useful, in its state of constantly running faster than real time (so no matter how many times I set it, it's minutes fast in just a few weeks), but it probably won't be for long. I already can't tell whether the ones digit of the minutes is 1 or 7.

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