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Re: MST7MDT timezone broken?

On Wed, Apr 05, 2000 at 12:55:24AM -0500, Brad wrote:
> On my system, set to "America/Chicago", the daylight savings time change
> was handled automatically. I wonder, if i had been using "CST6CDT"
> instead (the two should be equivalent, AFAIK) would i have had the same
> problem?

I just switched my timezone to America/Edmonton, which fixed the apparent
problem with the timezone, but cron is still an hour behind. I guess I might
as well reboot and see what happens...

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