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Re: help with file timestamp

>>>>> "Corey" == Corey Popelier <pancreas@dingoblue.net.au> writes:

    Corey> Check the file /etc/default/rcS There is a line in there
    Corey> that says "Set UTC to yes or no".  Make sure this is set to
    Corey> no.

You are thinking of potato. IIRC It is different in slink. This is

    >> Hi, I am having some problems here with timestamp. The system
    >> is hamm.

Might be a kernel issue (seeing date is reporting the correct
thing). What kernel version are you using?

Do you have an /etc/localtime? 

Is this file required on hamm? (sorry I can't remember now).

On mine it is:

[632] [snoopy:bam] ~ >ls -l /etc/localtime 
lrwxrwxrwx    1 root     root           39 May  5 12:16 /etc/localtime -> /usr/share/zoneinfo/Australia/Melbourne

However, I thought date didn't work properly without this.

    >> Shao Zhang - Running Debian 2.1 ___ _ _____ Department of

What?!!? Are you running hamm or slink?
Brian May <bam@debian.org>

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