If you set the system clock (the real clock) to GMT, then MS Windows
will also think that your are in England. (Maybe in Windows95 has a
a way around it, don't know). To do that, (most likely you do not want it!)
supply the "-u" to the timezone script. It should work, but I never tried
it. Alternativelly, set the kernel clock manually with the date command,
then " clock -w" to write it permanetly on the system (hardware) clock.
You see, there are 2 different clocks:
1. is what the kernal thinks and manipulated with date(1).
2. the real clock on the motherboard, manipulated with clock(1).
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