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Re: strange delay in date?
Upon re-reading my reply I noticed that it was too terse. date shows
UTC in your case because you did not set up your timezone
correctly. If you do, date will show your local time, date -u will
In my case, I set TZ to CST6CDT, which means time zone is CST, I'm 6 h
west of UTC, and my daylight savings time zone is CDT
Marcos Lorenzo de Santiago writes:
> Well, now the question is: how can I get *MY* localtime??
Markus Hoenicka, PhD
UT Houston Medical School
Dept. of Integrative Biology and Pharmacology
6431 Fannin MSB4.114
Houston, TX 77030
(713) 500-6313, -7477
(713) 500-7444 (fax)
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