ID: 8748
Updated by: sniper
Old-Status: Open
Status: Closed
Bug Type: Date/time related
Assigned To: 

This should be fixed in CVS already. Please try the latest snapshot from and reopen this bug report if problem still exists.


Previous Comments:

[2001-01-16 21:12:36] [EMAIL PROTECTED]
The following prints the expected output on one box:

 print date("l, jS of F, Y @ H:i (T)");

The other box always presents the system-default timezone. Worse, if I hammer the 
first box the right way (it seems to be mostly flat-out reloading, but sometimes it 
just happens immediately), it'll spontaniously display the system-default timezone as 
well, if only for one page reload.

Both boxes have the timezone data (/usr/lshare/zoneinfo/*), have the same revisions of 
glibc2 from Debian (2.1.3-13), the same php4/apache packages from Debian, same kernel 
version (although with different compliation options), etc.. 

Thanks in advance :)


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