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Re: kicker panel has wrong time

Sorry all for the jerry name, inside joke.

On Saturday 14 February 2004 04:13 am, Adeodato Simó wrote:
> * jerry garcia [Fri, 13 Feb 2004 22:14:52 +0100]:
> > Yes, I've checked in both KDE control center and kicker panel
> > configuration, and they both are running the same time zone, PST.
> > ....but,  I just checked, and GKrellm is also showing the wrong time, the
> > same time as my kicker panel. when I go to kde it says the right time,  
> > more investigation is needed by me methinks..
>     As other post said, it seems you have your timezone wrong (your mail
>     has +0100 as TZ, which is certainly not PST but CET).
>     Forget about the panel and GKrellm for a moment. Look at your watch,
>     and then do:
>         $ date
>         $ date -u
>     The first command should yield the current time in your timezone,
>     and the second, the current UTC time.
>     HTH.

root@dark-star:/home/dark-star-knoppix/arthur# date
Fri Feb 13 23:11:01 PST 2004
root@dark-star:/home/dark-star-knoppix/arthur# date -u
Sat Feb 14 07:11:05 UTC 2004

Your current time zone is set to America/Los_Angeles
Do you want to change that? [n]: n
Your time zone will not be changed

kicker shows 08:11 PM
Gkrellm shows 08:11 PM

The showing PST in the bash shell is correct, and the time zone is correct.

UTC=no is already set.

other suggestions?


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