[lug] Re: UTC Time Standards

SoloCDM deedsmis at aculink.net
Wed Aug 1 01:10:14 MDT 2001

"Andrew R. Diederich" stated the following:
> Time zones these days also go like:
> America/Denver
> Sweden/Stockholm
> in java, anyway.  Dunno about yours, per se.

I discovered that some program in LM8.0 didn't create /etc/localtime;
instead, it copied the entire /usr/share/zoneinfo directory and
sub-directories to /etc and renamed zoneinfo to localtime.

After removing /etc/localtime (zoneinfo) and copying (not linking) the
correct zone to /etc/localtime -- everything worked correctly.

> On Fri, 27 Jul 2001, SoloCDM wrote:
> > I don't know why my system continues to display UTC time standards.
> > My /etc/sysconfig/clock has the following settings:
> >
> >       ARC=false
> >       UTC=false
> >       ZONE=US/Mountain
> >
> >
> > What am I missing?  It's as if /etc/rc.d/rc.sysinit is not making
> > the right conversions!

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