Re: [gentoo-user] timezone-data: missing digest for timezone-data-2010d.ebuild...

2010-03-08 Thread Neil Walker
On 08/03/10 19:44, Jarry wrote: Calculating dependencies | * Missing digest for '/usr/portage/sys-libs/timezone-data/timezone-data-2010d.ebuild' What does it mean, What it says, I should think. and how can I fix it? emerge --sync and try again. Be lucky, Neil http://www.neiljw.com/

[gentoo-user] timezone-data: missing digest for timezone-data-2010d.ebuild...

2010-03-08 Thread Jarry
Hi, today I got this strange message from portage: obelix ~ # emerge --pretend --update --deep --newuse world These are the packages that would be merged, in order: Calculating dependencies | * Missing digest for '/usr/portage/sys-libs/timezone-data/timezone-data-2010d.ebuild' ... done! obelix

[gentoo-user] Re: new timezone data requires setting a symlink by hand

2008-07-31 Thread Anno v. Heimburg
Why don't you just create /etc/timezone with Europe/Berlin as content? Huh? I always thought the proper place was the TIMEZONE variable in /etc/conf.d/clock: TIMEZONE=Europe/Berlin

[gentoo-user] Re: new timezone data requires setting a symlink by hand

2008-07-31 Thread Nikos Chantziaras
Daniel Pielmeier wrote: 2008/7/31, Anno v. Heimburg [EMAIL PROTECTED]: Huh? I always thought the proper place was the TIMEZONE variable in /etc/conf.d/clock: It was he proper place in pre baselayout-2 and openrc times! Now the proper place for gentoo is /etc/timezone! So do we keep TIMEZONE

[gentoo-user] What's with the timezone data...

2007-02-08 Thread Daevid Vincent
* sys-libs/timezone-data Available versions: 2006g 2006p ~2007a Homepage:ftp://elsie.nci.nih.gov/pub/ Description: Timezone data (/usr/share/zoneinfo) and utilities (tzselect/zic/zdump) How come the 2007 is still masked. The new DST for the USA and Australia

[gentoo-user] emerge timezone-data fails?

2006-02-23 Thread Ernie Schroder
Install timezone-data-2006b into /var/tmp/portage/timezone-data-2006b/image/ category sys-libs ./zic -y ./yearistype -d /var/tmp/portage/timezone-data-2006b/image//usr/share/zoneinfo -L /dev/null africa antarctica asia australasia europe northamerica southamerica pacificnew etcetera factory

Re: [gentoo-user] Re: Clock is way off

2007-05-09 Thread Neil Bothwick
On Wed, 9 May 2007 14:27:52 +, Grant wrote: I have: -rw-r--r-- 1 root root 255 Apr 25 20:58 /etc/localtime on the laptop with the incorrect time, and the router with the correct time. That only tells us that /etc/localtime is a file, not which timezone data it contains. Re-emerging

Re: [gentoo-user] Re: Clock is way off

2007-05-09 Thread Grant
I have: -rw-r--r-- 1 root root 255 Apr 25 20:58 /etc/localtime on the laptop with the incorrect time, and the router with the correct time. That only tells us that /etc/localtime is a file, not which timezone data it contains. Re-emerging timezone-data will ensure that it has the data

Re: [gentoo-user] new timezone data requires setting a symlink by hand

2008-07-31 Thread Justin
Sebastian Wiesner schrieb: Helmut Jarausch [EMAIL PROTECTED] at Thursday 31 July 2008, 13:27:24 Hi, am I doing something wrong? Whenever I emerge a new sys-libs/timezone-data I need to do afterwards rm -f /etc/localtime ln -s /usr/share/zoneinfo/Europe/Berlin /etc/localtime

Re: [gentoo-user] Re: new timezone data requires setting a symlink by hand

2008-07-31 Thread Daniel Pielmeier
2008/7/31, Anno v. Heimburg [EMAIL PROTECTED]: Huh? I always thought the proper place was the TIMEZONE variable in /etc/conf.d/clock: It was he proper place in pre baselayout-2 and openrc times! Now the proper place for gentoo is /etc/timezone!

[gentoo-user] Re: new timezone data requires setting a symlink by hand

2008-07-31 Thread Sven Köhler
So do we keep TIMEZONE in conf.d/clock or delete it? There is no /etc/conf.d/clock anymore in openrc/baselayout 2.0. The openrc file is called /etc/conf.d/hwclock, and there's no TIMEZONE variable in that file.

[gentoo-user] Re: new timezone data requires setting a symlink by hand

2008-07-31 Thread Nikos Chantziaras
Sven Köhler wrote: So do we keep TIMEZONE in conf.d/clock or delete it? There is no /etc/conf.d/clock anymore in openrc/baselayout 2.0. The openrc file is called /etc/conf.d/hwclock, and there's no TIMEZONE variable in that file. Ah, oops, I'm on stable. Baselayout 2 is ~amd64.

[gentoo-user] Re: getting GMT to use DST

2007-09-14 Thread James
Neil Bothwick neil at digimed.co.uk writes: cp /usr/share/zoneinfo/EST /etc/localtime You no longer need to do that. The timezone-data ebuild used the TIMEZONE variable in conf.d/clock to copy the correct file for you. local (or UTC, which is generally preferable). This variable sets

Re: [gentoo-user] timezone-data: missing digest for timezone-data-2010d.ebuild...

2010-03-08 Thread Alan McKinnon
-data/timezone-data-2010d.ebuild' ... done! obelix ~ # As I understand, there is something wrong with timezone-data package, so I tried to re-emerge it, and I got one more strange message: obelix ~ # emerge --oneshot timezone-data Calculating dependencies | * Missing digest for '/usr

[gentoo-user] Working on fresh install, question about handbook statement

2017-02-10 Thread Harry Putnam
OS. Under heading Timezone I find these sub headings showing examples of what to do: root #ls /usr/share/zoneinfo root #echo "Europe/Brussels" > /etc/timezone And there is a little part following that says: Next, reconfigure the sys-libs/timezone-data package, which will

[gentoo-user] Re: Working on fresh install, question about handbook statement

2017-02-10 Thread Harry Putnam
John Covici <cov...@ccs.covici.com> writes: [...] >>root #ls /usr/share/zoneinfo >> >>root #echo "Europe/Brussels" > /etc/timezone >> >> And there is a little part following that says: >> >>Next, reconfigure the sys

Re: [gentoo-user] emerge timezone-data fails?

2006-02-24 Thread Frédéric Grosshans
Le jeudi 23 février 2006 à 16:14 -0500, Ernie Schroder a écrit : !!! ERROR: sys-libs/timezone-data-2006b failed. I had the same problem yesterday, but it seems solved today after an emerge sync. Fred -- gentoo-user@gentoo.org mailing list

Re: [gentoo-user] emerge timezone-data fails?

2006-02-23 Thread Rumen Yotov
On Thursday 23 February 2006 23:14, Ernie Schroder wrote: Install timezone-data-2006b into /var/tmp/portage/timezone-data-2006b/image/ category sys-libs ./zic -y ./yearistype -d /var/tmp/portage/timezone-data-2006b/image//usr/share/zoneinfo -L /dev/null africa antarctica asia australasia

Re: [gentoo-user] getting GMT to use DST

2007-09-14 Thread Neil Bothwick
On Fri, 14 Sep 2007 10:48:58 +0200, Dirk Heinrichs wrote: Until you next emerge timezone-data, when /etc/localtime will be set to GMT. /etc/conf.d/clock determines what will be used for /etc/localtime, it has no effect at other times. You need to set both to Europe/London. /etc

Re: [gentoo-user] DST didn't happen: quickinstall doc is wrong...

2007-03-12 Thread Albert Hopkins
a new method is devised. The new method is: 1. copy file from /usr/share/zoneinfo to /etc/localtime 2. set your timezone in /etc/conf.d/clock. The timezone-data package is supposed to automagically update /etc/localtime when the TIMEZONE is set in /etc/conf.d/clock. It's been observed

Re: [gentoo-user] time issue

2011-05-30 Thread Neil Bothwick
will break if /usr is on a separate filesystem. Also, instead of setting the timezone in /etc/conf.d/clock, you do it in /etc/timezone nowadays (change introduced in baselayout-2 if I'm not mistaken). Setting it in /etc/timezone also takes care of the updates situation, because the timezone-data

[gentoo-user] Re: new timezone data requires setting a symlink by hand

2008-07-31 Thread ABCD
/timezone I have tried both Europe/Berlin and alternatively Europe/Berlin In both cases I get GMT instead of my local time here. try: # echo Eurpoe/Berlin /etc/timezone # emerge --config sys-libs/timezone-data NB: this will only need to be done this once, after that, an update of sys-libs

Re: [gentoo-user] proper proxy syntax to synchronize time via rdate

2007-09-03 Thread Liviu Andronic
On 9/3/07, Neil Bothwick [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Mon, 3 Sep 2007 03:00:05 -0500, Liviu Andronic wrote: This setting is only used when emerging timezone-data, to copy the correct file to /etc/localtime. Either re-emerge timesone-data or cp /usr/share/zoneinfo/Europe/Berlin /etc/localtime

Re: [gentoo-user] proper proxy syntax to synchronize time via rdate

2007-09-03 Thread Liviu Andronic
emerging timezone-data, to copy the correct file to /etc/localtime. Either re-emerge timesone-data or cp /usr/share/zoneinfo/Europe/Berlin /etc/localtime. I re-emerged timezone-data. This package provides a useful utility tzselect. I also had to change the timezone used by Orage clock. Now

Re: [gentoo-user] Re: getting GMT to use DST

2007-09-14 Thread Neil Bothwick
On Fri, 14 Sep 2007 12:20:46 + (UTC), James wrote: I have an identical question. I set /etc/localtime this way: cp /usr/share/zoneinfo/EST /etc/localtime You no longer need to do that. The timezone-data ebuild used the TIMEZONE variable in conf.d/clock to copy the correct file for you

Re: [gentoo-user] Re: howto get systemd to use localtime (I think)

2014-05-27 Thread covici
. Check that /etc/timezone is correct. If not, change it and either copy the correct file manaually or re-emerge sys-libs/timezone-data. /etc/timezone is correct. I wonder when systemd using dracut sets the time, maybe its confused. I don't see it using hwclock like openrc used to, but I

Re: [gentoo-user] proper proxy syntax to synchronize time via rdate

2007-09-03 Thread Neil Bothwick
[..] CLOCK=local TIMEZONE=Europe/Berlin [..] This setting is only used when emerging timezone-data, to copy the correct file to /etc/localtime. Either re-emerge timesone-data or cp /usr/share/zoneinfo/Europe/Berlin /etc/localtime. -- Neil Bothwick To iterate is human; to recurse, divine

Re: [gentoo-user] new timezone data requires setting a symlink by hand

2008-07-31 Thread Sebastian Wiesner
Helmut Jarausch [EMAIL PROTECTED] at Thursday 31 July 2008, 13:27:24 Hi, am I doing something wrong? Whenever I emerge a new sys-libs/timezone-data I need to do afterwards rm -f /etc/localtime ln -s /usr/share/zoneinfo/Europe/Berlin /etc/localtime (This is with baselayout-2.0.0) Many

Re: [gentoo-user] DST didn't happen: quickinstall doc is wrong...

2007-03-12 Thread Graham Murray
system has the TIMEZONE variable definition in /etc/conf.d/clock then when you emerge a new sys-libs/timezone-data will update /etc/localtime for you with the correct timezone data. The (potential) problem with symlinking is that /usr might be on the root partition and there is not mounted

Re: [gentoo-user] Re: Clock is way off

2007-05-09 Thread Redouane Boumghar
/zoneinfo/US/Pacific /etc/localtime If you have no zoneinfo files then consider emerging 'timezone-data'. The setting like that should be fine and if you have an offset it's that your hardware clock must be set to a time that is considered as UTC (since you have CLOCK=UTC in your conf) while it's

Re: [gentoo-user] Re: Daylight savings time

2007-11-08 Thread Roger Mason
James [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Any other ideas? Maybe I need to 'reemerge' something? timezone-data? Cheers, Roger -- [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list

Re: [gentoo-user] emerge timezone-data fails?

2006-02-23 Thread Alexander Skwar
Ernie Schroder wrote: !!! ERROR: sys-libs/timezone-data-2006b failed. !!! Function src_install, Line 28, Exitcode 2 !!! (no error message) !!! If you need support, post the topmost build error, NOT this status message. That's fixed by now, according to https://bugs.gentoo.org/show_bug.cgi

Re: [gentoo-user] emerge timezone-data fails?

2006-02-25 Thread Ernie Schroder
On Friday 24 February 2006 06:18, a tiny voice compelled Frédéric Grosshans to write: Le jeudi 23 février 2006 à 16:14 -0500, Ernie Schroder a écrit : !!! ERROR: sys-libs/timezone-data-2006b failed. I had the same problem yesterday, but it seems solved today after an emerge sync

[gentoo-user] new timezone data requires setting a symlink by hand

2008-07-31 Thread Helmut Jarausch
Hi, am I doing something wrong? Whenever I emerge a new sys-libs/timezone-data I need to do afterwards rm -f /etc/localtime ln -s /usr/share/zoneinfo/Europe/Berlin /etc/localtime (This is with baselayout-2.0.0) Many thanks for a hint, Helmut Jarausch Lehrstuhl fuer Numerische Mathematik

Re: [gentoo-user] Working on fresh install, question about handbook statement

2017-02-10 Thread John Covici
> /etc/timezone > > And there is a little part following that says: > >Next, reconfigure the sys-libs/timezone-data package, which will >update the /etc/localtime file for us, based on the /etc/timezone >entry. The /etc/localtime file is used by the system C library to &

Re: [gentoo-user] Working on fresh install, question about handbook statement

2017-02-10 Thread Rich Freeman
the appropriate zimezone section > to /etc/localtime... or symlinked it there. > > Can anyone explain what is meant by `reconfiguring' in this context or > how it is done? > emerge --config sys-libs/timezone-data All it does is copy the timezone data to /etc/localtime. Setting /e

[gentoo-user] Logwatch and TimeZone Errors

2006-11-02 Thread Ow Mun Heng
Has anyone seen this problem? I've tried to rebuild perl and logwatch and timezone-data ERROR: Date::Manip unable to determine TimeZone. at /usr/lib/perl5/vendor_perl/5.8.8/Date/Manip.pm line 3635 Date::Manip::Date_TimeZone called at /usr/lib/perl5/vendor_perl/5.8.8/Date/Manip.pm line

Re: [gentoo-user] new timezone data requires setting a symlink by hand

2008-07-31 Thread Helmut Jarausch
On 31 Jul, Sebastian Wiesner wrote: Helmut Jarausch [EMAIL PROTECTED] at Thursday 31 July 2008, 13:27:24 Hi, am I doing something wrong? Whenever I emerge a new sys-libs/timezone-data I need to do afterwards rm -f /etc/localtime ln -s /usr/share/zoneinfo/Europe/Berlin /etc/localtime

Re: [gentoo-user] new timezone data requires setting a symlink by hand

2008-07-31 Thread Justin
Thanks, but it doesn't work here. I must be doing something wrong. Now, I have deleted /etc/localtime /etc/conf.d/hwclock contains clock=local (which is recommended for a dual boot system with Windows) For /etc/timezone I have tried both Europe/Berlin and alternatively Europe/Berlin In both

Re: [gentoo-user] ZIC, aka setting the time zone.

2012-01-17 Thread Neil Bothwick
to do this is echo Europe/Berlin |/etc/timezone That will copy the correct file to /etc each time you update the timezone-data package. -- Neil Bothwick When the going gets tough, upgrade. signature.asc Description: PGP signature

[gentoo-user] Re: DST didn't happen: quickinstall doc is wrong...

2007-03-12 Thread Grant Edwards
? That was the old way of doing it. For a number of reasons a new method is devised. The new method is: 1. copy file from /usr/share/zoneinfo to /etc/localtime 2. set your timezone in /etc/conf.d/clock. The timezone-data package is supposed to automagically update /etc/localtime when

Re: [gentoo-user] Re: howto get systemd to use localtime (I think)

2014-05-27 Thread Neil Bothwick
. If not, change it and either copy the correct file manaually or re-emerge sys-libs/timezone-data. -- Neil Bothwick Accept that some days you're the pigeon, and some days you're the statue. signature.asc Description: PGP signature

[gentoo-user] Re: What's with the timezone data...

2007-02-08 Thread »Q«
In news:[EMAIL PROTECTED], Daevid Vincent [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: * sys-libs/timezone-data Available versions: 2006g 2006p ~2007a Homepage:ftp://elsie.nci.nih.gov/pub/ Description: Timezone data (/usr/share/zoneinfo) and utilities (tzselect/zic/zdump

Re: [gentoo-user] Problems after DST change

2007-03-12 Thread Albert Hopkins
. Yesterday I *think* I fixed it but I'm wondering what I Can do to test that it's *really* fixed without rebooting it. How can I test that NTP is working from the command line or with some small app? Well, are you talking about NTP or your timezone data (NTP knows nothing about timezones and vice versa

Re: [gentoo-user] Re: Daylight savings time

2007-11-09 Thread Roger Mason
Hi James, James [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: I I re-emerge 'timezone-data' and just wait until spring to see if there is a problem? Here is the procedure I used last spring (you'll need to set the TIMEZONE according to your location: (1) Sync. (perhaps not required if portage is fairly up

Re: [gentoo-user] 2006.0 install - no /usr/share/zoneinfo dir.

2006-04-11 Thread Nicholas Doyle
, but the /usr/share/zoneinfo directory doesn't exist! Where should this directory have come from? Thanks, -- Ant... Zoneinfo should be provided by the sys-libs/timezone-data but to my understanding, this should have been included in the stage3 tarball. If you want a quick fix you can emerge timezone

Re: [gentoo-user] How safe is it to change vanilla-USE-Flag in glibc?

2016-07-06 Thread Michael Orlitzky
On 07/06/2016 01:02 PM, Franz Fellner wrote: >> >> It looks to me like USE=vanilla controls only whether or not bundled >> timezone data is used. If that's the case (double-check!), it's probably >> safe to unmerge timezone-data and re-emerge glibc with USE=vanilla. > &

Re: [gentoo-user] OT - Where is the TIMEZONE variable?

2007-03-12 Thread Roger Mason
to the people who responded to my question on this topic last week: (1) Sync. (2) emerge timezone-data (should be = 2006p) (3) set TIMEZONE=Canada/Newfoundland in /etc/conf.d/clock (adjust for your local time zone). (4) rm /etc/localtime cp /usr/share/zoneinfo/Canada/Newfoundland /etc

Re: [gentoo-user] Re: howto get systemd to use localtime (I think)

2014-05-27 Thread Mike Gilbert
the contents of /etc/timezone to determine which file to copy. Check that /etc/timezone is correct. If not, change it and either copy the correct file manaually or re-emerge sys-libs/timezone-data. /etc/timezone is correct. I wonder when systemd using dracut sets the time, maybe its confused

Re: [gentoo-user] Re: howto get systemd to use localtime (I think)

2014-05-27 Thread covici
is set before local filesystems are mounted. It uses the contents of /etc/timezone to determine which file to copy. Check that /etc/timezone is correct. If not, change it and either copy the correct file manaually or re-emerge sys-libs/timezone-data. /etc/timezone is correct. I wonder

Re: [gentoo-user] Re: Clock is way off

2007-05-09 Thread Neil Bothwick
been mounted. Set the correct timezone in /etc/conf.d/clock and portage will copy the correct file to /etc/localtime whenever you update timezone-data. Someone correct me if I am wrong here. Done ;-) -- Neil Bothwick Press every key to continue. signature.asc Description: PGP signature

Re: [gentoo-user] Daylight Savings Time patch ...

2006-12-01 Thread Statux
AFAIK, this should have been addressed with the timezone-data updates. The zoneinfo files, et al, are what define how the changes happen for a particular timezone. On Fri, 2006-12-01 at 15:45 -0500, McCaffrey, Ennis wrote: Does Gentoo have a patch for the new Daylight Savings Time standard

Re: [gentoo-user] Daylight Savings Time patch ...

2006-12-02 Thread Dale
Statux wrote: AFAIK, this should have been addressed with the timezone-data updates. The zoneinfo files, et al, are what define how the changes happen for a particular timezone. On Fri, 2006-12-01 at 15:45 -0500, McCaffrey, Ennis wrote: Does Gentoo have a patch for the new Daylight

Re: [gentoo-user] getting GMT to use DST

2007-09-14 Thread Dirk Heinrichs
Am Freitag, 14. September 2007 schrieb ext Neil Bothwick: Hello Mat Harris, Excellent keeping GMT in /etc/conf.d/clock and setting /etc/localtime to Europe/London did the trick. Until you next emerge timezone-data, when /etc/localtime will be set to GMT. /etc/conf.d/clock determines what

Re: [gentoo-user] daylight savings time

2007-03-02 Thread Raymond Lewis Rebbeck
done anymore. Instead you set: TIMEZONE=Canada/Newfoundland in /etc/conf.d/clock and: # rm /etc/localtime # cp /usr/share/zoneinfo/Canada/Newfoundland /etc/localtime This has the advantage that it'll work even when /usr isn't mounted. TIMEZONE is used by the timezone-data ebuild, so emerge

Re: [gentoo-user] Logwatch and TimeZone Errors

2006-11-02 Thread Robin Atwood
On Thursday 02 November 2006 15:35, Ow Mun Heng wrote: Has anyone seen this problem? I've tried to rebuild perl and logwatch and timezone-data ERROR: Date::Manip unable to determine TimeZone. at /usr/lib/perl5/vendor_perl/5.8.8/Date/Manip.pm line 3635 Date::Manip::Date_TimeZone

Re: [gentoo-user] Re: DST didn't happen: quickinstall doc is wrong...

2007-03-12 Thread Albert Hopkins
On Mon, 2007-03-12 at 15:53 +, Grant Edwards wrote: Yup, that was evidently the problem. Perhaps step #2 should be documented in the Handbook and/or the Quickinstall Perhaps the constant nagging from the timezone-data package when it's emerged as well as the system when it's booted isn't

Re: [gentoo-user] postgresql-9.1 start - ERROR

2014-06-10 Thread J. Roeleveld
data or how Gentoo packages it. See bug: https://bugs.gentoo.org/show_bug.cgi?id=486556 I see 3 possible solutions: 1) Upgrade to PostgreSQL 9.2 2) Downgrade timezone-data to: sys-libs/timezone-data-2013c 3) manually delete the problematic symlink: /usr/share/zoneinfo/posix I have NOT tested any

Re: [gentoo-user] Problems after DST change

2007-03-12 Thread Mark Knecht
data (NTP knows nothing about timezones and vice versa). The timezone data is in the timezone-data package (not surprisingly). My understanding is that if you live in the United States and have any version released after 2005 you should be okay, but you can always see what your time zone data looks

[gentoo-user] Re: DST didn't happen: quickinstall doc is wrong...

2007-03-12 Thread John covici
on Monday 03/12/2007 Grant Edwards([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote In gmane.linux.gentoo.user, you wrote: On Mon, 2007-03-12 at 16:28 +, Grant Edwards wrote: Perhaps the constant nagging from the timezone-data package when it's emerged When it's emerged as part of an update

Re: [gentoo-user] A portage nuisance

2017-10-28 Thread Michael Orlitzky
that needs to be manually uninstalled, and new REQUIRED_USE conflicts, and subslot rebuilds of things that are now masked, and... And yet portage still knows that timezone-data is going to get updated. If I can look through the list and "emerge -1 timezone-data" and have that work, th

Re: [gentoo-user] getting GMT to use DST

2007-09-14 Thread Neil Bothwick
Hello Mat Harris, Excellent keeping GMT in /etc/conf.d/clock and setting /etc/localtime to Europe/London did the trick. Until you next emerge timezone-data, when /etc/localtime will be set to GMT. /etc/conf.d/clock determines what will be used for /etc/localtime, it has no effect at other

[gentoo-user] Re: Daylight savings time

2007-11-08 Thread James
will happen. Therefore it's suggested what instead of a symlink /etc/localtime should be a physical file on the (root) filesystem. OK, I I re-emerge 'timezone-data' and just wait until spring to see if there is a problem? James -- [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list

[gentoo-user] Master mode stopped working

2006-12-13 Thread Grant
dbus portage binutils-config m4 udev timezone-data Do any of those looks like packages that could break master mode? - Grant -- gentoo-user@gentoo.org mailing list

Re: [gentoo-user] time issue

2011-05-30 Thread Henry Gebhardt
. It is better to create a symlink between the two. Copying is just fine. The timezone-data ebuild will update /etc/localtime for you on the next update, and replace the symlink if you have one there. The reason, IIRC, being that /usr might not yet be mounted during early boot. H

Re: [gentoo-user] emerge --update behavior

2012-01-01 Thread Neil Bothwick
On Sun, 01 Jan 2012 18:07:45 -0500, Michael Orlitzky wrote: Usually it's because a world update wants to do both trivial version bumps and replace major software at the same time. I can't take a server down for an hour in the middle of the day to update Apache, but I can bump timezone-data

Re: [gentoo-user] emerge BUG?

2013-12-20 Thread Alexey Mishustin
[ ... ] [U] == net-misc/youtube-dl (2013.11.25.1@26.11.2013; (~)2013.12.11.2 - (~)2013.12.17.2): Download videos from YouTube.com (and mores sites...) [U] == sys-libs/timezone-data (2013h@20.11.2013; (~)2013h - (~)2013i): Timezone data (/usr/share/zoneinfo) and utilities (tzselect/zic/zdump

Re: [gentoo-user] Re: Clock is way off

2007-05-09 Thread Dale
that will break if /usr has not yet been mounted. Set the correct timezone in /etc/conf.d/clock and portage will copy the correct file to /etc/localtime whenever you update timezone-data. Someone correct me if I am wrong here. Done ;-) Learn something every day. Funny, it has

Re: [gentoo-user] 2006.0 install - no /usr/share/zoneinfo dir.

2006-04-11 Thread Anthony Roy
should this directory have come from? Thanks, -- Ant... Hi, Try #emerge sys-libs/timezone-data -av and try again afterwards. HTH.Rumen -BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE- Version: GnuPG v1.4.2.2-ecc0.1.6 (GNU/Linux) Comment: Using GnuPG with Mozilla - http://enigmail.mozdev.org iD8DBQFEO

Re: [gentoo-user] Daylight Savings Time patch ...

2006-12-02 Thread Jerry McBride
On Saturday 02 December 2006 04:58, Dale wrote: Statux wrote: AFAIK, this should have been addressed with the timezone-data updates. The zoneinfo files, et al, are what define how the changes happen for a particular timezone. On Fri, 2006-12-01 at 15:45 -0500, McCaffrey, Ennis wrote

Re: [gentoo-user] ZIC, aka setting the time zone.

2012-01-17 Thread Neil Bothwick
localtime when (why ever) something in zoneinfo changes... The localtime files change all the time, look at how often timezone-data is updated. Everyone some bright spark comes up with another clever way of squeezing 25 hours into a day, his country's DST rules change. That's why openrc has a setting

Re: [gentoo-user] glibc-2.17 fails and warning: setlocale: LC_ALL error

2014-07-17 Thread Peter Humphrey
/timezone-data' again with no problem. I had copied in a /etc/locale.gen and /etc/timezone from another system first. I don't know whether I needed to emerge glib, or just glibc. I'm going to have to emerge glib again after I've emerged and set up gentoo-sources. -- Regards Peter

Re: [gentoo-user] glibc-2.17 fails and warning: setlocale: LC_ALL error

2014-07-17 Thread Peter Humphrey
in the new, raw system and ran 'emerge --config sys-libs/timezone-data' again with no problem. I had copied in a /etc/locale.gen and /etc/timezone from another system first. Some other things were going wrong with the new installation, so I downloaded the latest amd64 stage-3, installed afresh using

Re: [gentoo-user] New install, a few problems (or not?)

2016-09-09 Thread Daniel Frey
700 @ 1.60GHz GenuineIntel >> GNU/Linux >> >> >> ...but I've already run... >> >> [i3][root][~] emerge --config sys-libs/timezone-data >> >> Configuring pkg... >> >> * Updating /etc/localtime with /usr/share/zoneinfo/Canada/Eastern > > The

Re: [gentoo-user] New install, a few problems (or not?)

2016-09-09 Thread waltdnes
1 down, 1 to go. Apparently, I needed to rebuild the kernel after redoing the timezone initialization. I did... [i3][root][~] rm -rf /etc/timezone /etc/localtime [i3][root][~] echo "Canada/Eastern" > /etc/timezone [i3][root][~] emerge --config sys-libs/timezone-data ...and rebui

Re: [gentoo-user] postgresql-9.1 start - ERROR

2014-06-10 Thread Joseph
to open directory /usr/share/zoneinfo FATAL: exceeded maxAllocatedDescs (16) while trying to open directory /usr/share/zoneinfo Joseph, Known issue. It is unclear if the issue is with PostgeSQL or timezone data or how Gentoo packages it. See bug: https://bugs.gentoo.org/show_bug.cgi?id=486556 I

Re: [gentoo-user] modifying timezone

2007-12-26 Thread William Kenworthy
equery f sys-libs/timezone-data|grep bin zdump -v /etc/localtime gives what your system is currently doing zic allows you to create your own info. The pollies did that here in Western Australia as well - a couple of weeks notice. Within a day or so of the legislation passing, one of the local

Re: [gentoo-user] Logwatch and TimeZone Errors

2006-11-02 Thread Ow Mun Heng
On Thu, 2006-11-02 at 17:53 +0700, Robin Atwood wrote: On Thursday 02 November 2006 15:35, Ow Mun Heng wrote: Has anyone seen this problem? I've tried to rebuild perl and logwatch and timezone-data ERROR: Date::Manip unable to determine TimeZone. at /usr/lib/perl5/vendor_perl/5.8.8

[gentoo-user] Re: DST didn't happen: quickinstall doc is wrong...

2007-03-12 Thread Grant Edwards
On 2007-03-12, Albert Hopkins [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Mon, 2007-03-12 at 15:53 +, Grant Edwards wrote: Yup, that was evidently the problem. Perhaps step #2 should be documented in the Handbook and/or the Quickinstall Perhaps the constant nagging from the timezone-data package when

[gentoo-user] Re: DST didn't happen: quickinstall doc is wrong...

2007-03-12 Thread Grant Edwards
In gmane.linux.gentoo.user, you wrote: On Mon, 2007-03-12 at 16:28 +, Grant Edwards wrote: Perhaps the constant nagging from the timezone-data package when it's emerged When it's emerged as part of an update with 30 or 40 other packages, it's pretty easy to miss things like

[gentoo-user] Re: DST didn't happen: quickinstall doc is wrong...

2007-03-12 Thread Grant Edwards
On 2007-03-12, Albert Hopkins [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Mon, 2007-03-12 at 16:28 +, Grant Edwards wrote: Perhaps the constant nagging from the timezone-data package when it's emerged When it's emerged as part of an update with 30 or 40 other packages, it's pretty easy to miss things

Re: [gentoo-user] 2006.0 install - no /usr/share/zoneinfo dir.

2006-04-11 Thread Richard Fish
/share/zoneinfo directory doesn't exist! Where should this directory have come from? carcharias rjf # equery belongs /usr/share/zoneinfo [ Searching for file(s) /usr/share/zoneinfo in *... ] sys-libs/timezone-data-2006b (/usr/share/zoneinfo) Not sure how you could be missing

[gentoo-user] Re: Apache checksum?

2006-05-03 Thread Justin Hart
Actually, I just got a checksum error emerging timezone-data as well... Has anybody seen this? Justin On 5/3/06, Justin Hart [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I keep getting problems emerging apache. Specifically, checking ebuild checksums !!! Digest verification failed: !!! /usr/portage/net-www

Re: [gentoo-user] Re: Apache checksum?

2006-05-03 Thread Boyd Stephen Smith Jr.
On Wednesday 03 May 2006 02:23, Justin Hart [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote about '[gentoo-user] Re: Apache checksum?': Actually, I just got a checksum error emerging timezone-data as well... Has anybody seen this? It was discussed in the GWN recently. You have a bad pycrypto installation. I think

Re: [gentoo-user] Custom Stage4

2010-04-11 Thread Neil Bothwick
On Sun, 11 Apr 2010 16:20:39 -0400, dhk wrote: Doing the stage 3 as you suggested sounds good, but how can I ensure the same configuration. I would need to make sure I don't loose any customization like users, domainname, hostname, desktops, timezone, run level programs, bookmarks

Re: [gentoo-user] emerge BUG?

2013-12-20 Thread Yuri K. Shatroff
example: === # eix-sync [ ... ] [U] == net-misc/youtube-dl (2013.11.25.1@26.11.2013; (~)2013.12.11.2 - (~)2013.12.17.2): Download videos from YouTube.com (and mores sites...) [U] == sys-libs/timezone-data (2013h@20.11.2013; (~)2013h - (~)2013i): Timezone data (/usr/share/zoneinfo

Re: [gentoo-user] Problems after DST change

2007-03-12 Thread Albert Hopkins
) Sync. (2) emerge timezone-data (should be = 2006p) (3) set TIMEZONE=Canada/Newfoundland in /etc/conf.d/clock (adjust for your local time zone). Not sure, if you are living in California, that you set your timezone to Canada/Newfoundland... though admittedly, I don't know the TZ rules

[gentoo-user] get unversioned list of installed packages without eix or esearch

2006-06-26 Thread Bo Ørsted Andresen
-75dpi-1.0.0 media-fonts/font-adobe-utopia-type1-1.0.1 media-libs/jpeg-6b-r7 net-misc/cisco-vpnclient-3des-4.8.00.0490 sys-apps/portage-2.1.1_pre1-r2 sys-fs/udev-090 sys-fs/udev-090-r1 sys-libs/libstdc++-v3-3.3.6 sys-libs/timezone-data-2006g Which are: media-fonts/font-adobe-100dpi media-fonts/font

Re: [gentoo-user] How safe is it to change vanilla-USE-Flag in glibc?

2016-07-06 Thread Michael Orlitzky
c? > It looks to me like USE=vanilla controls only whether or not bundled timezone data is used. If that's the case (double-check!), it's probably safe to unmerge timezone-data and re-emerge glibc with USE=vanilla. To be safe, you can bundle up your existing glibc with quickpkg. Then if something

Re: [gentoo-user] How safe is it to change vanilla-USE-Flag in glibc?

2016-07-06 Thread Franz Fellner
with glibc might destroy my system. > > Downgrades are already unsupported. So my question: > > > > Can I safely switch from -vanilla to +vanilla in glibc? > > > > It looks to me like USE=vanilla controls only whether or not bundled > timezone data is

Re: [gentoo-user] Problems after DST change

2007-03-12 Thread Mark Knecht
, 2007-03-12 at 08:30 -0700, Mark Knecht wrote: Yes, I saw Roger's post in another thread which I copied here. I did all that and ran zdump. It looks similar to Rogers. I'm in California: QUOTE 1) Sync. (2) emerge timezone-data (should be = 2006p) (3) set TIMEZONE=Canada/Newfoundland

Re: [gentoo-user] 2006.0 install - no /usr/share/zoneinfo dir.

2006-04-11 Thread stupendoussteve
to link the relevant /usr/share/zoneinfo time zone to /etc/localtime, but the /usr/share/zoneinfo directory doesn't exist! Where should this directory have come from? Thanks, -- Ant... Hi, Try #emerge sys-libs/timezone-data -av and try again afterwards. HTH.Rumen

Re: [gentoo-user] ZIC, aka setting the time zone.

2012-01-17 Thread Hinnerk van Bruinehsen
is right) and it even autoupdates localtime when (why ever) something in zoneinfo changes... The localtime files change all the time, look at how often timezone-data is updated. Everyone some bright spark comes up with another clever way of squeezing 25 hours into a day, his country's DST

Re: [gentoo-user] New install, a few problems (or not?)

2016-09-09 Thread J. Roeleveld
Sep 7 17:12:27 Local time zone must >be set--see zic m x86_64 Intel(R) Pentium(R) CPU N3700 @ 1.60GHz >GenuineIntel GNU/Linux >>> >>> >>> ...but I've already run... >>> >>> [i3][root][~] emerge --config sys-libs/timezone-data >>> >>&g

Re: [gentoo-user] Elibc GNU userland...

2007-11-06 Thread Zac Medico
-BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- Hash: SHA1 pk wrote: Hi, Yesterday I made an emerge --sync and was afterwards treated to this (emerge -DupN): These are the packages that would be merged, in order: Calculating world dependencies... done! [ebuild R ] sys-libs/timezone-data-2007g

Re: [gentoo-user] MySQL 4.1 upgrade questions

2005-10-25 Thread Francesco R.
? From what I remember, I need to password the grant table and create a new table for my data with the proper name, username, and password. Does that sounds right? Does the emerge --config command take you through any of that or do I need to figure out (remember) how to do it manually

[gentoo-user] Re: What's with the timezone data...

2007-02-08 Thread David Talkington
-BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- Hash: SHA1 Daevid Vincent wrote: The changelog is fairly useless from a 'users' perspective. I have no idea which one has the required USA DST changes in it... Dunno, but it's correct on my system for US/Pacific, which was synced a week or so ago: [EMAIL

Re: [gentoo-user] daylight savings time

2007-03-02 Thread Hans-Werner Hilse
recently. Make sure your timezone-data ebuild is up to date and installed. In order to get an 2007 version, you might need to architecture unmask it. http://www.twinsun.com/tz/tz-link.htm has wealth of information regarding zoneinfo. -hwh -- gentoo-user@gentoo.org mailing list

Re: [gentoo-user] Re: DST didn't happen: quickinstall doc is wrong...

2007-03-12 Thread Albert Hopkins
On Mon, 2007-03-12 at 15:33 -0400, John covici wrote: I wish you could have an option for portage to stop until these things are acknowledged -- I had a 106 package update of which the timezone data were a part and I use script and check these little notices, however its easy to miss

Re: [gentoo-user] Re: DST didn't happen: quickinstall doc is wrong...

2007-03-12 Thread Neil Bothwick
On Mon, 12 Mar 2007 15:33:54 -0400, John covici wrote: I wish you could have an option for portage to stop until these things are acknowledged -- I had a 106 package update of which the timezone data were a part and I use script and check these little notices, however its easy to miss

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