ssh – Does anyone know why do not write the word “user” in when the “Username:” is show? it jumps over “show clock” any idea what might be wrong?

Telnet(localhost,61823): recv b’xffxfbx01xffxfbx03xffxfdx18xffxfdx1f’
Telnet(localhost,61823): IAC WILL 1
Telnet(localhost,61823): IAC WILL 3
Telnet(localhost,61823): IAC DO 24
Telnet(localhost,61823): IAC DO 31
Telnet(localhost,61823): recv b’rn************************************************’
Telnet(localhost,61823): recv b’*********************************rnrn ‘
Telnet(localhost,61823): recv b’ IMPORTANT NOTICErn Access t’
Telnet(localhost,61823): recv b’o this network device is restricted to authorized ‘
Telnet(localhost,61823): recv b’personnel only.rn This system ‘
Telnet(localhost,61823): recv b’is permanently monitored.rn Any ‘
Telnet(localhost,61823): recv b’unauthorized access will be prosecuted.rnrn*******’
Telnet(localhost,61823): recv b’**************************************************’
Telnet(localhost,61823): recv b’************************rnrnUser Access Verificati’
Telnet(localhost,61823): recv b’onrnrnUsername: ‘
Telnet(localhost,61823): send b’USERn’
Telnet(localhost,61823): recv b’xffxfcx01xffxfcx03xffxfex18xffxfex1fUSERrnPassword: ‘
Telnet(localhost,61823): IAC WONT 1
Telnet(localhost,61823): IAC WONT 3
Telnet(localhost,61823): IAC DONT 24
Telnet(localhost,61823): IAC DONT 31
Telnet(localhost,61823): send b’passwordn’
Telnet(localhost,61823): send b’show clock n’
Telnet(localhost,61823): recv b’rn% Login invalidrnrnUsername: show clock rnPasswo’

% Login invalid

Username: show clock
Passwo

Process finished with exit code 0

from sshtunnel import open_tunnel
from telnetlib import Telnet
import os
import getpass
import time

ssh = 'x.x.x.x'
ssh_usr = "userssh"
ssh_pass = "passwordssh"
rem_host = 'x.x.x.x'
#user = input("Enter your remote account: ")
#password = getpass.getpass()

with open_tunnel(
    ssh_address_or_host=(ssh, 22),
    ssh_username=userssh,
    ssh_password=passwordssh,
    remote_bind_address=(rem_host, 23)
) as tunnel:
   # Use localhost as host
    with Telnet('localhost', tunnel.local_bind_port, 10) as tn:
        tn.set_debuglevel(5)
        tn.read_until(b"Username: ")
        #
        ##tn.write(user.encode('ascii') + b"n")
        tn.write(b'USERn')
        time.sleep(1)
        tn.read_until(b"Password: ")

        ##tn.write(password.encode('ascii') + b"n")
        tn.write(b'passwordn')
        time.sleep(1)
        #tn.write(b"usern")
        time.sleep(1)
        tn.write(b'show clock n')
        time.sleep(1)
        #output = tn.read_until("exit")
        print(tn.read_some().decode('ascii'))

samsung – Add am/pm after the 12-hour clock time in the status bar

The status bar at the top of my Samsung S9+ does not show the am/pm after the time. The picture below was taken at 3:23 pm local time but you would not know that unless I told you. It could be 3:23 am. If I were using a 24-hour clock, I would expect that there not be an am/pm. However, my time setting is for 12-hour clock and could have an am/pm. How do I add the am/pm after the time?

Status bar without the am/pm

Some may say that I can easily tell whether it is am or pm… just look outside. That may be true at 3:23 am or pm. However, at 8 pm during the summer time, the sunlight is about the same whether it is morning or evening. I would have to walk outside to find the sun and then know. During the winter time, 6 am and pm is completely dark. There is no sun to help me know.

Let’s say I am very tired during the winter and start a nap at 4 pm. I wake up at 6. I do not know if I slept for 2 hours or 14 hours. Most likely I slept for 2 hours but it depends on how much sleep debt I have.

virtual machine – prevent hyper-v windows vm syncing from bios clock

I need to move my VM back in time to test some software. I disabled time synchronization in my windows hyper-v based vm. I disabled the task scheduler tasks related to time zone synchronization too

However every hour in the event log there is a message about “system time synchronized with the hardware clock”

Is there anyway to prevent the VM syncing with the “hardware clock” what the OS thinks is the bios clock?
My guest is windows server 2016

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