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Old 04-03-2014, 04:50 PM   #1
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Tintin, Time, and Hostname Issues


Hi all. I am having a big issue with Sabayon, when it comes to using tintin. I can get it to work once, but when I reboot, I can't get it to work now. To start it, one types tt++, but when I do that, I get tt++ couldn't be found. Any ideas?

When I shutdown my computer, my time doesn't continue to keep in sync correctly. Is there a means of forcing it to sync to the Internet.
And finally, my hostname, for whatever reason, gets reset to newhost. This was certainly not how I set it to begin with, so is there a way to stick the name?
 
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when I reboot, I can't get it to work now. To start it, one types tt++, but when I do that, I get tt++ couldn't be found.
Check and specify the full path leading up to the application.


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When I shutdown my computer, my time doesn't continue to keep in sync correctly. Is there a means of forcing it to sync to the Internet.
Check your CMOS battery if old and see "NTP client".


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my hostname, for whatever reason, gets reset to newhost. This was certainly not how I set it to begin with, so is there a way to stick the name?
No idea, have to find out where it is (or should be) defined. Usually somewhere in /etc.


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