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Old 05-08-2008, 10:38 AM   #1
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SLES Timezone problem

I have a SLES9 SP3 installed with timezone-2.4.31-41 rpm.

No matter how I change my timezone detail either in /etc/sysconfig/clock or /etc/localtime or using yast timezone, I will get CEST when I type date command.

Basically I have /etc/localtime -> /usr/share/zone/GMT+0 and TIMEZONE=GMT+0 in my /etc/sysconfig/clock.

Running rcxntpd restart also can't help which I configure my ntp.conf pointing to external time server.

Help?I need to have GMT+0 for my timezone setup.




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