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Re: date command shows time 20 minutes into future
On Fri, Jan 27, 2012 at 4:50 AM, David BalaÅic wrote:
> I'm running an up to date version of cygwin (update a week ago or so)
> on Windows XP Pro SP3.
> Today I noticed the date command prints the wrong time:
> Â- actual wall clock time: 10:47
> Â- date output: Fri Jan 27 11:07:38 CEST 2012
Shouldn't this be CET instead of CEST?
> Â- date -u: Fri Jan 27 10:08:01 UTC 2012
And CET is UTC + 2 hours so even the 11: hours is wrong.
> Â- windows system time (as in systray) : 10:48
> Any clue?
What variables affect the time display do you have set? E.G. TZ?
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