On Monday 12 March 2007 22:24, Peter wrote:
> Le Lundi 12 Mars 2007 21:52, John Nielsen a écrit :
> > On Monday 12 March 2007 21:43, Peter wrote:
> > > I rebuilt my 6.2 system entirely and ran tzsetup.  My time is still
> > > one hour behind.  What else do I need to do?
> >
> > If you run "date" with no arguments what timezone does it say? If it's
> > e.g. EDT (the D being for Daylight) then all you need to do is set the
> > time manually (assuming you updated in the last 36 hours or so, after
> > the time change). Otherwise I'd start with a reboot and then maybe play
> > with adjkerntz if that doesn't take care of it.
> I did reboot after using tzsetup.  Anyway...
> $ date
> Mon Mar 12 21:22:22 EDT 2007
> Change time manually you say?

Yep! Since you probably had an out-of-date /etc/localtime at the time of the 
(new) change your system didn't know to change the clock automatically.

Going forward you shouldn't need to worry about it (unless lawmakers decide 
to save even more energy in the future...).

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