shakahshakah at gmail.com
Wed Mar 2 16:25:37 UTC 2005
> I synchronise some files across an ftp connection. The files
> comes from a computer with the current date/time set, and
> my PC is also set with correct time (both clock and hwclock
> return the correct time). But the files which are writtin into
> the ftp directory are 13 hours ascew.. How can I correct
> this? Where is the magic setting for making files writen to
> disk obey the curret clock?
Might be your timezone setting -- what is timezone set to ("echo $TZ"
from a shell prompt)? What's the timezone setting for whatever user
the ftp daemon is running under?
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