Re: Problems with time settings and tzconfig
Alex Romosan wrote:
> >I have had the same proble with the time, both with bo and with hamm.
> >I am from Romania which is GMT+2. I had set the PC CMOS time to GMT and
> romania is gmt+3 during the summer (daylight savings time).
Thanks for pointing this out. I did'n thought at this. 8-(
> >I am not very happy with this work arround and also I'm a little
> >disappointed that those that made the zone database didn't knew we are
> >GMT+2 in Romania. It's in every geography book.
> you should be disappointed with yourself.
It looks that your are right. My appologies to those who wrote the time
> probably the easiest thing to do is: set your time to bucharest time
> using the 'date' command, then use 'hwclock --utc --systohc' to set
> your hardware clock to gmt (same as utc). once you set the clock to
> the real gmt, the computer will take care of daylight savings time
> automatically (also don't forget to enable -u in /etc/defaults/rcS).
> | I believe the moment is at hand when, by a paranoiac and active |
> | advance of the mind, it will be possible (simultaneously with |
> | automatism and other passive states) to systematize confusion |
> | and thus to help to discredit completely the world of reality. |
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