Bob Johnson <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
> 6) Now when I look at the dates on the ISO filesystem, they are wrong. They
> look like the correction for offset from GMT has been applied twice. Note
> that the correct local timestamp for the file on the ISO filesystem is Jan
> 23 21:28 and the correct GMT timestamp is Jan 24 02:28.
I specify a TZ variable directly when I care about mkisofs getting the
"right" times. Even so, I can get confused, so when the dates
*really* matter, I write a tar file on the 9660 filesystem, and then
everything works the way my hindbrain expects.
Lowell Gilbert, embedded/networking software engineer, Boston area
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