[kde-linux] Daylight saving

Anne Wilson cannewilson at tiscali.co.uk
Sat Mar 25 19:03:19 UTC 2006

On Saturday 25 March 2006 18:29, Mark Ness wrote:

>  I know this (reply) is not KDE specific but I was checking for Fedora
> updates and this was one of them...tzdata. Do a "locate" on this and see if
> it is installed and check for a config file?
>  I don't know if this is a RH/Fedora specific package or a linux in general
> package, but there is a tzdata package for managing timezone rules around
> the world. For Fedora users living in locations already implementing DST
> this update is not needed. For those living in areas about to adopt DST
> this update is recomended.
>  I do hope I'm not blowing smoke :-[

Reading that, I would guess that daylight saving is built in for 
countries/states that are known to use it, but that package allows an 
additional area to be defined.

Only a guess, though.  I'll see what happens overnight, tonight ;-)

Thanks for the suggestion.

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