[SHR-unstable] wrong timezone setting
unachievable at gmail.com
Sat Feb 28 10:47:09 CET 2009
Within a month getting problems with setting localtime. As far as I can
see there is a wrapper in /etc/timezone, where a timezone should be
written. Put there 'Europe/Moscow'(without quotes) and u have to restart
to make changes to it.
It seems that symlinking /usr/share/zoneinfo/whateverzone to
/etc/localtime is dangerous as the FSO wrapper edits the file
/etc/localtime. So instead of restarting the phone u may just copy
/usr/share/zoneinfo/Europe/Moscow to /etc/localtime and check with
$(date) command that shows that tz has correctly changed to MSD.
But if u restart, soon after entering the PIN the timezone will fall
back to EET.
It always falls back to EET.
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