From: C. Bensend <benny@be...> - 2003-07-30 03:27:18
I upgraded from 1.4.0 to 1.4.1 yesterday, and the time is now off
within the web interface. It is displaying a time 5 hours into the future.
OS: OpenBSD 3.3
/etc/localtime is pointing to CST6CDT.
The time on the server is correct, and is being synced to stratum 2 NTP
I have tried setting the time information under options -> personal to
both server time and specifying CST (I'm in Iowa, central time zone).
I've even tried the invert option, and it still displayed 5 hours into the
Since OpenBSD chroots Apache, I have even created an /etc within the chroot
and populated that with a correct localtime, to no avail.
This didn't happen with 1.4.0 - anyone have any ideas? It seems awfully
suspicious that it's off by exactly 5 hours, which is what it would be off
by if it were expecting something to be in GMT.
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