nick_elliott at ie.ibm.com's [nick_elliott at ie.ibm.com] 27 lines of dribble
:>:>:>:>Does anybody out there know how to configure daylight savings time in Red
:>I am trying to synchronise my machine with one in a different time zone
:>it is always an hour out. I think that it might have something to do with
:>daylight savings time as I had to manually adjust my clock when the hour
I think tzconfig comes with every distro of Linux. You could always run
off some ntp server you want to synch off in this time zone either.
When I use timeconfig to configure the timezone, I have five possible GMT
options - GMT, GMT+0, GMT-0, GMT0, Greenwich.
Does anybody know which one of these I should use so that my machine will
automatically account for daylight savings time?
Mise Le Meas/Kind Regards/Mit Freundlichen Gruessen
Disk Test Engineering,
Storage Systems Division,
IBM International Holdings
E-mail: Nick_Elliott at ie.ibm.com
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