All right, got it more-or-less fixed (I blew away the application and re installed it).
You pretty much have to edit /etc/httpd/php.ini
to define your date.timezone
(PHP will no longer use the system date and you'll get all the errors if you use any of the date functions).
I happen to be in the U.S. eastern time zone and, even though there is a setting for Detroit (I'm in northern Michigan) I just chose to use the New York setting:
<find the string date.timezone>
date.timezone = "America/New_York"
Don't forget to replace blanks in a place name with underscores.
I also un-commented the latitude, longitude and zenith settings but that doesn't appear to be necessary.
The reference material is found at http://www.php.net/manual/en/class.d...stants.america
, including a list of the supported time zones (at the left edge of the web page).
When you change /etc/httpd/php.ini
, you'll need to restart the httpd
You can then use a phpinfo.php
file to display the Date values.
Hope this helps some.