We have our own FreeBSD 10.1 installation script in which we call tzsetup.

I'm seeing different behaviour in tzsetup between these two invocations:

  tzsetup -C /mnt
  chroot /mnt /usr/sbin/tzsetup

With the -C option, no matter which time zone I select, it asks:

  Does the abbreviation 'UTC' look reasonable?

Using chroot, I get the expected behaviour, e.g. selecting America/New_York:

  Does the abbreviation 'EST' look reasonable?

/mnt contains the contents of base.txz, so it looks like all the zoneinfo files 
are there.

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