Chad Perrin: SOB

28 February 2007

article: DST settings for Linux and FreeBSD

Filed under: Geek,Metalog,Profession — apotheon @ 05:15

I’ve decided to start posting notices when articles I’ve written are published online. It’s meant, of course, in part to pat my own back, but not so much I’ll strain my shoulder. It’s also meant as something of a public service for those of you who may want to read them. This is the first of such notices.

Update Linux and FreeBSD systems for new Daylight Saving Time settings
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published by: Tech Republic

Takeaway: Daylight Saving Time starts three weeks earlier in 2007, which may cause problems for some companies as they scramble to alter their IT networks so scheduled software and clocks will remain accurate after the change. Linux users will need to ensure that their computers are compliant with local Daylight Saving Time schedules.

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