[Bug 911] Configuring the setclock Script: "hwclock --show" always shows localtime

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Thu Sep 30 18:46:46 PDT 2004


------- Additional Comments From lizardo at linuxfromscratch.org  2004-09-30 19:46 -------
I think I just found why: 
hwclock seems to react differently if the TZ env variable is set or not. Try 
these commands instead: 
TZ=Canada/Mountain hwclock --localtime --show 
TZ=Canada/Mountain hwclock --show 
(guessing your timezone here.) 
Anyway, "hwclock --localtime --show" seems to show the correct "BIOS time" 
don't matter TZ is set or not. 
Matthew, can you confirm the system you tested had TZ set? 

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