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On 30 May 2011 10:15, András Csányi <sayusi.ando@...> wrote:
> Hi All,
> I have a little problem regarding time. After every boot I have to
> setup my clock because about my machine the current time is +2 hour
> more. To be honest, this is a little bit annoying.
> What I did:
> - According to install guide I have copied the
> /usr/share/zoneinfo/Europe/Budapest to /etc/localtime
> - According to localization guide  I have to set up the current
> timezone in the /etc/conf.d/clock file but this file is missing. I
> have checked it the original stage-3 pack from Hungarian mirror and I
> couldn't find there as well. I think this file is removed.
> So my question is that, what should I do to have the current time
> automatically (I'm in Hungary/Budapest)? Should I make a new clock
>  - http://www.gentoo.org/doc/en/guide-localization.xml
> Thanks for any help in advance!
Thank you for your help! This problem is resolved.
For the record, I edited the hwclock file, I created the /etc/timezone
file and I symlinked the proper file from zoneinfo directory to
/etc/localtime, and a ntp daemon was installed, as well.
It looks like everything is working fine!
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