VU+ Receiver General Setup Questions Clock issue

paulus

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My clock has gone bananas - its showing approximately 1 hour and 17 minutes ahead of the real time - no matter which channel I am on. My system is a Vu+ Solo2 running OpenBH 4.2, and the time setting is to get time from transponder (as it always has been). On the very occasional channel switch it will momentarily flash the real time but then revert to its corrupt time - which also shows on the front display when in standby. I need to sort it since I have recording timers set. Any ideas??

RESOLVED. Very weird. Restart GUI - problem persists. Restart STB - problem persists. Power off at the back, wait 15 mins, restart - problem gone!!
 
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tadros

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i got the same issue but with VU+UNO 4k se and all the steps is don but the problem persists what i do more?
 

manbusu

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When I had this problem I found this helpful. It worked for me.

add line
config.misc.useTransponderTime=false
to: /etc/enigma2/settings file.
run the command: rdate -s time.nist.gov
Now the time is displayed correctly.

Hope this works for you too.
 

netguy

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hi manbusa I have problem on my duo4k my clock 7 mins ahead when I flashed openatv worked fine then I changed skin for openatv and that's how clock went ahead so flashed again and time was fine then I put kaven skin for openatv on clock goes 7 mins ahead again I got the line in the ect/enigma2/settings file but the command how do ido that see if it works thanks
 
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manbusu

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After adding the line: config.misc.useTransponderTime=false in settings file, you have to run the command: rdate -s time.nist.gov by using a program such as PuTTY, Filezilla, DCC etc and just Telnet the command. If you don't have any program from these mentioned, I think that the easiest to use is PuTTY. After downloading PuTTY, just open it and write the IP address of the box in the allocated space, tick Telnet and Open. When it opens, put the username (normally is root) and Password of the Box. After this just put the command rdate -s time.nist.gov and press enter. That's all. Hope you solve your problem.
 

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