Commit 83de1df1 authored by T(A)ILS developers's avatar T(A)ILS developers
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......@@ -7,9 +7,21 @@ stevenwelch [ at ] hot [ dot ] rr [ dot ] com
> The system clock is supposed to be set at boot time thanks to
> [[contribute/design/HTP]].
> Isn't this working?
>> This user came to complain on the irc channel, reporting that T(A)ILS was
>> setting the clock something like 5 hours in the past at each boot, despite
>> the fact that the bios clock was correctly setup. Wasn't able to undestand
>> why.
>>> "In the past" relatively to what? The timezone depends of the
>>> language chosen in the boot menu, e.g. if the English language is
>>> chosen the timezone is set to America/Detroit. I suspect T(A)ILS
>>> is doing what it is supposed to (well, what we intend it to do at
>>> least) but the bug reporter would like to use another timezone.
>>> Don't know what to do about this. If this prevents Tor from
>>> connecting to the network this is a real bug. Else the best we
>>> could do would enable users to change the timezone in GNOME.
>>> Squeeze's GNOME clock applet allows configuring several locations
>>> -> could do the trick.
[[!tag todo/wait]]
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