Interesting, my linux computer went back to 'Fri Dec 13 20:45:53 UTC 1901' when I did that, I'm gonna post this over at the debian forums and see whats said about it. When the debian forums come back up... They are hosted in some ones basement. Not sure what my 10.4 or 10.5 machines do, they are downstairs and I am upstairs in bed.
Weird... I'm suprised Apple hasn't done something about that. I mean, I doubt anyone will be using 10.5 or earlier in 2038, but still, it just seems like they would have done something, being the company they are.
Cheers! :-) - JediJoker
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Ill eventualy get around to trying it on my Ubuntu 6.06 LTS laptop
Ubuntu, ew. :P Sorry, I am a die hard debian user and we bash ubuntu :P But its there are no machines running from 30 years ago, so there will be none from today running in 30 years. Although its probably being worked on. I should try it on my desktop where I have the latest kernel compiled and see of the problem is there too.
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