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Bug#270239: Timezone configuration should not show 'UTC' after system time

On Monday 06 September 2004 19:53, Joey Hess wrote:
> AfAIK hwclock output never includes the timezone.

I'm afraid it does.

On a system installed with LANG=en_US (on which I based my report):
# hwclock --show --localtime | awk '{NF-=2; print $0}'
Mon 06 Sep 2004 09:00:31 PM CEST

On a system installed with LANG=nl_NL@euro:
# hwclock --show --localtime | awk '{NF-=2; print $0}'
ma 06 sep 2004 18:53:11 CEST

This is of course after I selected my timezone to be Europe/Amsterdam. hwclock 
apparently (from the output in base-config) shows 'UTC' before timezone 

I've got no clue why it does not show the timezone in your situation.

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