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date battery installation
NLWaard posted a topic in SuggestionsIn HC3 battery-powered devices lack a free field to indicate the date of battery insertion. For example on the genaral tab. tx.
cant get the time right
TSN posted a topic in Home AutomationHello, I recently bought a home server lite. its on firmware 4.150 but i cant get the time right. I tryed a few timeservers, i changed it to manual but it keeps getting to 1-1-1970 1:00 (it starts here after the reboot) i dont know whats wrong? does anyone know what i can do to solve this problem. thanks
Lua Date, Time, month code shortcuts
AutoFrank posted a topic in Tutorials and GuidesHi, Was searching to display the date and time parts and came across this %a abbreviated weekday name (e.g., Wed) %A full weekday name (e.g., Wednesday) %b abbreviated month name (e.g., Sep) %B full month name (e.g., September) %c date and time (e.g., 09/16/98 23:48:10) %d day of the month (16) [01-31] %H hour, using a 24-hour clock (23) [00-23] %I hour, using a 12-hour clock (11) [01-12] %M minute (48) [00-59] %m month (09) [01-12] %p either "am" or "pm" (pm) %S second (10) [00-61] %w weekday (3) [0-6 = Sunday-Saturday] %x date (e.g., 09/16/98) %X time (e.g., 23:48:10) %Y full year (1998) %y two-digit year (98) [00-99] and used on conjunction with the normal os.date you can display/use any part of a date/time fibaro:debug(os.date("%A")) fibaro:debug(os.date("%b")) fibaro:debug(os.date("%d")) gives [DEBUG] 20:30:46: Thursday [DEBUG] 20:30:46: Jul [DEBUG] 20:30:46: 14 and the time is (os.date("%H:%M:%S")) might save other newbee's like myself from too much head scratching -Frank