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Date:      Wed, 29 Sep 1999 17:29:34 +1000
From:      "Don Hansford" <donh@halenet.com.au>
To:        "Free-BSD Newbies Mailing List" <freebsd-newbies@FreeBSD.ORG>
Subject:   Re: FreeBSD & Y2k
Message-ID:  <001601bf0a4c$62a47300$332137cb@igor>
References:  <000001bf0a0a$74c76ac0$dfdfdfdf@mojomatic>

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If you are using it on a network, or connecting to the internet on boot, set
it up to get the date/time from either the network server (if it is
compliant), or from any of the time service sites on the internet.
I guess I'll be able to answer better on 1 Jan 2000, as I now have a couple
of older 486 boxes running BSD. ;-))
Regards
Igor

Difference between computers & air-conditioners?
Not much, neither work well when you open windows!

----- Original Message -----
From: Bob Cohen <bcohen@bpecreative.com>
To: Free-BSD Newbies Mailing List <freebsd-newbies@FreeBSD.ORG>
Sent: Wednesday, September 29, 1999 9:37 AM
Subject: FreeBSD & Y2k


> I've got 3.3 in my hot little hands and am wondering whether
> I need to deal with the fact that my bios is not y2k
> compliant?
>
> Bob Cohen
>
> b.p.e.Creative Web Design and Production
> P.O. Box 192 508.384.6054
> Sheldonville, MA 02093 bcohen@bpecreative.com
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