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Bug#18642: marked as done (timezones: Bad dates reported)

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From: John Goerzen <jgoerzen@alexanderwohl.complete.org>
Subject: timezones: Bad dates reported
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Package: timezones
Version: 2.0.7pre1-1

When I issue date commands, or various other programs use dates, I get
something like:

Thu Feb 26 12:20:31 /etc/localtime 1998

On a hunch, I re-ran tzconfig...  I forced it to change the timezone, then
changed it back to the correct value.  Now it works.  I don't know what went


-- System Information
Debian Release: 2.0 (unstable)
Kernel Version: Linux alexanderwohl 2.0.32 #1 Wed Feb 25 19:03:59 CST 1998 i586 unknown

Versions of the packages timezones depends on:
libc6	Version: 2.0.7pre1-1

--- Begin /etc/timezone (modified conffile)

--- End /etc/timezone

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