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Re: date command shows time 20 minutes into future
On Jan 27 10:50, 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:
> - actual wall clock time: 10:47
> - date output: Fri Jan 27 11:07:38 CEST 2012
> - date -u: Fri Jan 27 10:08:01 UTC 2012
> - windows system time (as in systray) : 10:48
> Any clue?
I don't know where you get the CEST from, but other than that the time
problem should be at least partially solved in the snapshots. The
difference from system time shouldn't become more than 40 ms.
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