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[Bug 356771] F8 changed daylight time on October 28 based on old U.S. rules



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--- Comment #17 from Petr Machata <pmachata redhat com>  2009-01-09 12:42:13 EDT ---
First, check that your tzdata package is sound, and just for completeness sake,
show me which version do you have:
 $ rpm -q tzdata
 $ rpm -V tzdata

Next we need to determine where does /etc/localtime come from:
 $ find /usr/share/zoneinfo/ -type f -exec md5sum {} \; | grep `md5sum
/etc/localtime | cut -d' ' -f1`

The above may turn up a couple zones that all have the same md5sum, in which
case use diff to check that the files are actually the same:
 $ diff /etc/localtime /usr/share/zoneinfo/The/Zone/ItFound

If they are not the same (which is unlikely), or grep didn't find anything
(which is quite possible), we know that /etc/localtime doesn't come from tzdata
package.  We can work from here to figure out why is glibc trigger failing.

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