Le Lundi 12 Mars 2007 22:36, John Nielsen a écrit :
> 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 Since you probably had an out-of-date /etc/localtime at the time of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...).

Ok.  Done.

Thanks for your support.

Pedro
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