Subject: Timezones and stuff
To: None <>
From: Peter Galbavy <>
List: current-users
Date: 03/29/1994 11:46:38
Watching the recent discussions on daylight saving time etc got me
wondering again about the point of having the timezone hardwired
into the kernel.

I can't see why. Is there a major problem with assuming the RTC in
a machine is set to the local (default) time ?

Or is this another reason for maybe having some sort of "kernel
config" file somewhere (like solaris 2's /etc/system) ?
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