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Re: error TZ with RCS on windows

From: aboud mosa
Subject: Re: error TZ with RCS on windows
Date: Sat, 27 Sep 2008 07:31:30 +0000 (GMT)

thanks I found set TZ=CET-1 and it works

--- En date de : Ven 26.9.08, address@hidden <address@hidden> a écrit :
De: address@hidden <address@hidden>
Objet: Re: error TZ with RCS on windows
À: "Aaron S. Hawley" <address@hidden>
Cc: address@hidden, address@hidden
Date: Vendredi 26 Septembre 2008, 16h15

> I think you can do this in the DOS prompt -- where "EST5EDT" is
> timezone.
>   > set TZ=EST5EDT
> There must be a more canonical way to do this in Windows, I'm not sure
> what it is though.

If you do it at the CMD (nee DOS) prompt, I'm not sure it survives
re-booting, or even re-starting cmd.exe.  I think the right way to do it
is to open the System applet in the Control Panel, click on the Advanced
tab, click on the Environment Variables button, click on the New button,
and enter 'TZ' in the Variable name slot, and 'EST5EDT' in the
Value slot.

But if you're using CygWin, you can put the above 'set' cmd in your
.bashrc file.  (Not sure of the syntax, might have to be 'export
TZ=EST5EDT' or some such.)

   Mike Maxwell

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