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Times in phpMyAdmin....

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Re: Times in phpMyAdmin....

Methinks you may need to read PHP 101....

I ran that at the command line on a unix box

[[email protected] ~]$ php -r "echo date('Y/m/d H:i:s', 1206567629);"

2008/03/26 21:40:29

However you could just as easily create a simple php script

<?php echo date('Y/m/d H:i:s', 1206567629); ?>

and open it in a browser...

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