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Re: which TZ timezones does date command recognize?
- To: Teun Burgers <a dot rburgers at freeler dot nl>
- Subject: Re: which TZ timezones does date command recognize?
- From: Earnie Boyd <earnie_boyd at yahoo dot com>
- Date: Mon, 23 Apr 2001 14:05:22 -0400
- CC: Cygwin Users <cygwin at cygwin dot com>
- References: <3AE46493.888163D2@freeler.nl>
- Reply-To: Cygwin Users <cygwin at cygwin dot com>
Teun Burgers wrote:
> date displays the time with a 2 hour offset on my system.
> So I should set my TZ environment variable,
> as adviced in an older e-mail
> The example there says export TZ=EST5EDT.
> This does indeed work as expected. However
> I am in MET (Amsterdam), but TZ=MET does not
> work. How can I found out which timezones
> date recognizes?
By doing some research using Google.com I found that TZ=MET-1DST works.
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