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Posted: April 11 2007,20:02 QUOTE

If no /usr/local/bin/datetool.lua then you must be running an old version of DSL.

If an old version and you are in a daylight savings zone then that would be an issue as well and a reason to upgrade.

You also have the option to run gettime.lua to set date and time from a time server. But likely you don't have that either.


Also, you can set your timezone with a boot option.
Supported timezones are as originally supported by knoppix-autoconfig.
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Posted: April 14 2007,08:08 QUOTE

This thread began as a mere suggestion so I'd better not let it turn into help; I shall take note of all your advice, for which many thanks.

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