[TriLUG] A clock problem
dave at logicalgeek.com
Thu Jul 28 16:04:21 EDT 2005
A bit off topic, but I've been wondering if you can change the timezone
text from New York to Raleigh, Durham, whereever in the Eastern Time
zone. OK I know that it is completely silly, I was just wondering if you
Randall Barlow wrote:
>OK, so I'm still having one issue with this whole "Gentoo changed where
>all the configuration settings for the clock" problem: The clock is
>syncing to a different timezone. I have /etc/timezone set to
>"America/New York", and I tried to copy that link into
>/etc/conf.d/timezone, just guessing that the was the new location for
>this link (I think it's a link...) I guess it's set to UTC. How to I
>get it back to EST?
>Randall Barlow wrote:
>>This may be a Gentoo specific problem: I recently ran "emerge --update
>>--deep world". I usually do this about once a month to get all the
>>updates (I don't do it more frequently because it always screws up my
>>nVidia driver...) This time when I did it I started to get warnings
>>that said that I should not set the clock in /etc/rc.conf (I had it set
>>to "local"). However, it didn't tell me where I should set the clock.
>>So now my computer says it's 9:40 pm and it's really 9:16 pm. How can I
>>fix this? Thanks!
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