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[vdr] Re: summer / wintertime: 24h-recording
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From: "Dirk Heinrichs" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Monday, October 28, 2002 8:10 AM
Subject: [vdr] Re: summer / wintertime: 24h-recording
> Am Sonntag, 27. Oktober 2002 20:48 schrieb ext Rene Bartsch:
> > Tell the politicians to skip that useless idea of summer-/wintertime ...
> > It's only wasting energy and confusing computers and filesystems.
> Summer-/Wintertime is just what the user sees (at least on Unix systems),
> it doesn't confuse computers and filesystems. Every timestamp on a Unix
> system is GMT (aka UTC).
Should be. But RedHat 7.0 - 7.2 had nice problems the time written into
filesystem at setup was in future after the first reboot.
At every installation I've had set the CMOS-clock three hours into future
and three hours back at first reboot.
Obviously something about calculating local time was wrong in the
And of course, never forget the "CMOS uses GMT"-option when recompiling a
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