Bug#15982: marked as done (timezones: File /etc/localtime not created if upgrading)
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Subject: timezones: File /etc/localtime not created if upgrading
X-Mailer: bug 2.95
On my computer, when upgrading to the latest version of timezones
(and other packages), the time was setup on bootup incorrectly. This
is becuase I have my internal clock set to GMT, and the file
/etc/localtime was not created because /etc/timezone existed. I
had to force manual configuration of the time zone in order to fix
-- System Information
Debian Release: 1.3
Kernel Version: Linux snoopy 2.0.30 #2 Sun Oct 5 18:50:53 EST 1997 i486 unknown
Versions of the packages timezones depends on:
libc6 Version: 2.0.5c-0.1
--- Begin /etc/timezone (modified conffile)
--- End /etc/timezone