changing the clock settings
agrabah at gmail.com
Mon Mar 27 20:46:44 CEST 2006
... did not do the trick :(
When I rebooted my computer the clock settings reverted to the old,
wrong settigns. There must be something wrong with the env variable
TIMEZONE; although I don't understand what /etc/rc does in the process
of setting the clock, I see that the aforementioned variable is pretty
important. But when I do an echo $TIMEZONE I get blank output, like
the variable wasn't set (but according to /etc/rc.conf it i set to
On 3/27/06, Tine Brumec <agrabah at gmail.com> wrote:
> Thanks! That did the trick... I was looking for something like
> "clock", or "time", but nothing was there.
> Ti e.
> On 3/27/06, Erik Harrison <erikharrison at gmail.com> wrote:
> > On 3/27/06, Tine Brumec <agrabah at gmail.com> wrote:
> > > Hello!
> > >
> > > Again came the time of year when the clock had to be set forward for 1
> > > hour. I tried to set it (the clock on the panel), but I found no
> > > provisions for thah.
> > > A friend told me to set the timezone in /etc/rc.conf to CET, but
> > > nothing happened (btw. I'm CET - Slovenia).
> > >
> > > What should I do?
> > >
> > Use the date command (try man date)
> > > Ti e.
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