oremanj at webserver.get-linux.org
Wed Jun 18 18:05:42 PDT 2003
On Wed, Jun 18, 2003 at 06:04:49PM -0700 or thereabouts, Peter Leftwich seemed to write:
> Well I'm sitting here typing "date" over and over but she doesn't appear. :)
> Actually, I was looking for something more in the output, namely, the GMT
> offset such as (-0800 PDT) then I finally noticed that PDT *is* there.
> But I can't remember where I specified that! A grep of PDT in /etc/* and
> /boot/* returns nothing relevant. I also can't remember if this is
> something that can be played with in userland, that is, as a postprocessor
> (e.g. the tcsh shell using "set" or setenv). Ideas, from any timezone?
man date - use date's format spec if you don't want PDT.
It's the default.
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