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    IGO Primo Igo Primo - Time/date "bug" + Screen doubt

    Dear community,

    Two questions:
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    1. In the att screen photo, what does it mean the RED arrow values?

    2. Some how, the time, not the date, of my IGO is changing every boot to GMT +3 hours.

    I go to the time setup, correct the time, press GMT +0 and the time changes correctly BUT, in every boot, it changes automatically again to GMT +3

    the only thing I see in the sys file is this:

    [regional.timezone]
    sync_os_timezone=1
    automatic_dst_handling_by_os_force_on=1

    Can you experts help me on this?

    Thank you.
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    Red arrow values are IMHO house numbers.
    Set in your sys accordingly to your zone:
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    Quote Originally Posted by catymag View Post
    Red arrow values are IMHO house numbers.
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    Hi Catymag,

    you mean, the house number on each side of the street? Cool !

    Regarding the sys file, in this example you give, auto_index and default_timezone, both = 29 for GMT+1 amsterdam, what would be the code for GMT +0? or should I replace GMT+1 amsterdam by GMT+0 "city"?

    Thank you!

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    Text behind ; is explanation. Caty just give you an example.
    So, you should write...:
    auto_index=GMT+1
    that is whole line, nothing more
    Also:
    default_timezone=GMT+1
    Both of this lines are settings for Amsterdam.
    If you are in different time zone, write down the values for it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GPSTUGA View Post
    2. Some how, the time, not the date, of my IGO is changing every boot to GMT +3 hours.

    I go to the time setup, correct the time, press GMT +0 and the time changes correctly BUT, in every boot, it changes automatically again to GMT +3

    the only thing I see in the sys file is this:

    [regional.timezone]
    sync_os_timezone=1
    automatic_dst_handling_by_os_force_on=1

    Can you experts help me on this?

    Thank you.
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    Quote Originally Posted by osiris4isis View Post
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    Osiris4isis,

    Sorry that I'm not getting your message. From where should I start counting the "X" value?
    You say "from menu selection" - where do I find it?

    Thank you.

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    Did you read what I wrote? I can't make it any clearer.
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    I did read what you wrote, but I'm not getting it.
    Is the "x" value the number of the line since the top of the sys file? If the command is in line 50, the "x" value should be 50?

    Sorry again for my doubt but I'm learning with you all.

    Thank you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Boki_Srb View Post
    Text behind ; is explanation. Caty just give you an example.
    So, you should write...:
    auto_index=GMT+1
    that is whole line, nothing more
    Also:
    default_timezone=GMT+1
    Both of this lines are settings for Amsterdam.
    If you are in different time zone, write down the values for it.
    Hi guys,

    I wrote on the sys file the commands Boki_Srb told me too

    [timezone]
    auto_index=29 ;GMT
    default_timezone=29 ; GMT
    reset_os_timezone=1
    sync_os_timezone=1
    sync_time=1
    use_auto=0

    To have the system on GMT time and it doesn't work. It always changes into GMT +3

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    Quote Originally Posted by GPSTUGA View Post
    I did read what you wrote, but I'm not getting it.
    Is the "x" value the number of the line since the top of the sys file? If the command is in line 50, the "x" value should be 50?

    Sorry again for my doubt but I'm learning with you all.

    Thank you.
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    Last edited by osiris4isis; 26th August 2016 at 20:13.
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