[OpenAFS] Looking for Nokia N8X0 testers
Tue, 06 May 2008 20:33:15 -0400
Dragos Tatulea wrote:
> On Mon, May 5, 2008 at 11:43 AM, Harald Barth <email@example.com> wrote:
>>> So is this a timezone issue? If it is, what is the *correct* timeone?
>> The one that fits your living habits ;)
>> A Unix computer, and the N8X0 obiously is one, has its internal clock set
>> UTC, Zulu or whatever you want to call the master time this world ticks
>> Then which timezone you set is just a cosmetic adjustment for
>> So set your clock (for example with ntpdate) from a server and then adjust
>> the timezone in a way it fits your location, sleeping habits or whatever.
>> $ TZ=US/Eastern date
>> Mon May 5 04:42:15 EDT 2008
>> $ TZ=UTC date
>> Mon May 5 08:42:24 UTC 2008
>> $ date
>> Mon May 5 10:42:40 CEST 2008
> I do have /etc/timezone set (to Europe/Bucharest) but that doesn't change
> the aklog behaviour...
I don't get the same timezone as you when setting TZ and running "date":
$ TZ=Europe/Bucharest date
Wed May 7 03:27:37 EEST 2008
Which one is your correct timezone, CEST or EEST?
What happens when you run "TZ=Europe/Bucharest aklog"?