From: Jan Engelhardt
Date: Sun Jul 24 2005 - 10:10:53 EST
My RTC clock is set to the local timezone. However, when I boot linux using
the -b option, to stop by a shell before the bootscripts begin, the clock is
exaclty two hours ahead.
Is the timezone stored in the RTC? If no, how can Linux know I am in UTC+0200?
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