On Tue, Oct 12, 1999 at 10:37:48PM -0700, Craig H. Block wrote: > > Timezones don't work right. The system clock is always -8 hours from > the correct time after specifying "no" to "use GMT" with the US/Pacific > timezone. I normally run with the BIOS clock and system clock in sync. > It then updates the CMOS clock to the wrong time. Probably related to some recent changes in dbootstrap, I might have missed something here. Anyway, thanks for reporting. It'll be fixed in 2.2.1 for sure. > Side note: I do have to set the serial ports up manually. This is not a > problem for me, but people who are not aware of this will have > problems. Setserial used to be able to figure out a decent serial > config on its own. It doesn't seem to do that anymore. Serial support on i386 doesn't work currently, it will in 2.2.1.
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