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written by Ucnahez on Aug 15, 2017 16:38
I'm trying to make epoc clock, and get stuck.

My clocks is rushing for 80 mediuses, after comparison with NIV watches and "felisian desktop clock".

I just get amount of seconds from 1984-01-01, and divide for triads.

Is there some trick with those time?
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written by Neuzd on Aug 16, 2017 10:36
It sounds that you might be one day off (86400 seconds)...

It might sound a hack, but I suggest you fix your clock with some kind of offset (remember: when working with everything related to NIV code, "cheating" has no real meaning. I believe the clock on GOESXNET is in fact a hack of this kind).
Then you might start analyzing and understanding the reasons of the difference working backwards.

The felisian clock is based on your own system's, so don't get mad about timezones and DST, unless you're making it web-based. In that case you need to sync it with the user's clock.
written by Ucnahez on Aug 16, 2017 12:07
Watches on GOESXNET is rushing for 135 medius (37.5 hours) - if compare to my NIV clock and fairly accurate BIOS UTC time. Do you know the reason of those difference?

Also, my inaccuracy (which is really 86400 seconds) may be based on simple thing - time passed between epoc 6011 000:000:000 (1984-01-01 00:00:00, if rely on page one of this thread) and epoc 6012 000:000:000 (2015-10-09 01:46:40, if rely on forum info) is 1000086400 seconds.

Maybe epoc 6011 starts not from 01-01 of 1984?

I just take NIV source, coun t epoc for 2015-10-09 01:46:40 and get epoc 6012 000:064:800, then get NIV, change BIOS watches for the same time and get epoc 6012 000:000:000 - my brain exploded.
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written by Neuzd on Aug 16, 2017 18:10
Ucnahez said:
Watches on GOESXNET is rushing for 135 medius (37.5 hours) - if compare to my NIV clock and fairly accurate BIOS UTC time. Do you know the reason of those difference?
That's pretty strange, I'm pretty sure I asked several people around the world when I was testing that. And it is currently correct with my Noctis clock.
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