[debian] Time zone reset to Newfoundland
jluebbe at lasnet.de
Thu May 28 07:20:31 CEST 2009
On Wed, 2009-05-27 at 23:49 -0400, Stefan Monnier wrote:
> Does someone have an idea why my FR's timezone would regularly be reset
> to St-John's (aka Newfoundland)?
> The symptom is that my Zhone window gives me some odd time
> (Newfoundland is 1h30 ahead of Montreal, apparently) with "NDT" at
> the end. The /etc/localtime (which I usually set as a symlink to
> /usr/share/zoneinfo/America/Montreal) is changed into a copy of
> I've never seen any such thing on any of my other Debian boxes, so
> I assume it's got to do with FSO/Zhone/younameit trying to be clever.
Yes, this is otimed's zone handling. Please check if you are running a
current version of frameworkd. Now it should only change the timezone
when your country has only one zone or the gsm network announces an UTC
offset. You can also disable this in /etc/frameworkd.conf.
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