Re: localtime/universal time
> stupid question, maybe, but is there any way to change to local time after
> having chosen universal time when installing debian? if so, how do it do it?
Don't you just love little things like that? :-) A "man tzconfig"
The Debian GNU/Linux system gains its knowledge of this
setting from the file /etc/default/rcS. This file con
tains either the line GMT="-u", which indicates that the
hardware clock is set to UTC, or it contains the line
GMT="", which declares the hardware clock is set to Local
Of course, that man page ain't exactly correct:-), but looking at
/etc/default/rcS will clue you in.
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