Re: tzconfig says awk is not posix compatible
On Fri, 16 Apr 1999, Matt Porter wrote:
I hate to followup myself, but I just ran /usr/bin/tzconfig from the
commandline and was able to set it up. Ran dpkg --configure again and
didn't get any complaints about awk.
> Ok, so my timezone didn't get setup since I had to configure my system by
> hand, but I don't follow why tzselect says awk is not posix. Is a
> different version used on the boot/install floppies? The failure is
> Setting up timezones (2.0.100-2) ...
> You don't have a default time zone
> Running /usr/sbin/tzconfig...
> /usr/bin/tzselect: Sorry, your `awk' program is not Posix compatible.
> Your default time zone is .
> Run /usr/sbin/tzconfig to change it
> cp: /usr/share/zoneinfo/: omitting directory
> dpkg: error processing timezones (--configure):
> subprocess post-installation script returned error exit status 1
> Matt Porter
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