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This tutorial will teach you how to setup a simple Clock for your computer.

For this version you'll need a Disk Drive at the left side (with Floppy Disk) & a Monitor on the right. (Tip: Creating this program on the Disk, will make the shutdown of the program easier.)

Start by editing the file "disk/clock" (from your Computer [cd /]):

-- Simple Clock
-- Written by Galxis
-- Posted to The TekkitLite Wiki on 19/01/2012
while true do
  if disk.isPresent("left") then
    shell.run("monitor", "right", "time")
    sleep(5)
  end
  term.clear()
  shell.run("monitor", "right", "clear") <--Otherwise the Monitor gets flooded!
  term.setCursorPos(1, 1)
end


But if you would like to create it with a Redstone Input on the Back:

-- Simple Clock
-- Written by Galxis
-- Posted to The Tekkit Wiki on 11/04/2012
while true do
  if redstone.getInput("back") then
    shell.run("monitor", "right", "time")
    sleep(5)
  end
  term.clear()
  shell.run("monitor", "right", "clear")     <--- Same as above!
  term.setCursorPos(1, 1)
end


As of the latest update for Tekkit, the command "time" can be inputted into a computer, which will reveal the time.