Subject: Re: IS it Day Light Savings time yet (Re: 19Mar94 current)
To: Brian Moore <>
From: Rafal Boni <>
List: current-users
Date: 03/29/1994 10:37:48
In message <>, you write: 

-> >I've always used dst 5 in the kernel config and 
-> >/usr/share/timezone/US/Eastern and gooten the correct TOD.  However, after
-> >upgrading to 19Mar94 binaries and building a new kernel, I'm getting TOD
-> >1 hour behind.  Very odd.  I assume no one else is seeing this...

[me too deleted..]

-> Brian Moore
-> Machine: Gateway 2000 4DX2-66V ( JX-30 motherboard )
-> OS: NetBSD-current ( as of 3/24 )

	I've got a no-name Taiwanese VLB 486DX/33 motherboard, AMI
	BIOS, "DST option" OFF!, and am running a kernel as of the 19th.

	Same problem.. Seen it since I went to -current, on MAr. 5th.

	What I did to fix it [and what's probably wrong] is to leave out
	the "dst" in the config file... Then things look OK... And it does
	say CST when I ask... I have no clue how else I'm getting screwed
	by doing this [or if I am], so please, someone in the know enlighten

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