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How to display correct time for Russia? (Solved)
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sancxjo


Joined: 29 Apr 2013
Posts: 70
Location: Russia

PostPosted: Thu 04 Jun 2015, 03:26    Post_subject:  How to display correct time for Russia? (Solved)  

Hi!

Speech about the system Slacko 5.7

We currently do not have the daylight saving time-maybe that's why there is a wrong bias. Offset time we now have three hours to UTC.
Offset to UTC: +0300
How to fix?
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CatDude


Joined: 03 Jan 2007
Posts: 1522
Location: UK

PostPosted: Thu 04 Jun 2015, 09:33    Post_subject:  

Hello sancxjo

It looks like you need to update the zoneinfo package.

The one in a standard slacko-5.7 appears to be this: glibc-zoneinfo-2013d_2013d-noarch-8_slack14.0.txz
but the one i have here in a custom woof-built slacko-5.7 in this: glibc-zoneinfo-2014j-noarch-1.txz <---- MAKE A MENTAL NOTE OF THE EXTENSION
and that seems to be working OK with Psync showing Offset to UTC: +0300
    The following is done entirely at your own risk
    Please make a backup of your savefile first, just in case.

Before installing the attached package (remember to rename it),
execute the following two commands:
Code:
mv /etc/localtime /etc/localtime-copied-from

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cp -p /etc/localtime-copied-from /etc/localtime


Now install the attached package (make sure you rename it first)

After installing the attached (renamed) package, execute the following command:
Code:
mv /etc/localtime-copied-from /etc/localtime


The above commands are taken from this post by npierce

Hope this helps

CatDude
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PostPosted: Fri 05 Jun 2015, 23:09    Post_subject:  

It worked. Smile
Thank you!

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