mrmazda at earthlink.net
Tue Jan 4 03:53:04 UTC 2011
On 2011/01/03 18:18 (GMT-0700) Michal Jaegermann composed:
> Felix Miata wrote:
>> Is there another cmdline date configuration tool?
> system-config-date is doing more than just setting a time zone but
> if you want to do only that then there are many such tools and one
> possible is known as '/bin/cp'. Just copy a desired zone file from
> /usr/share/zoneinfo/ to /etc/localtime. Remaining functionality of
> system-config-date is covered by 'date' and 'chkconfig'.
Maybe the problem is that systemd doesn't know about any of this. According
to chkconfig, ntpd is on, and according to diff, /etc/localtime and
/usr/share/zoneinfo/US/Eastern contain entirely identical bits. Yet, each
Rawhide boot produces filesystem mount times and clock time off by the TZ offset.
"How much better to get wisdom than gold, to choose
understanding rather than silver." Proverbs 16:16 NKJV
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