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AmiCygnix environment time
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@CygnusEd

The AmiCygnix environment seems to be within Euro time always. I have not looked into this in detail, but is there a quick way to force AmiCygnix to just use the system time that I have set?

In fact, it seems to not be euro time. When I save a file in jasspa memacs, the save time is one hour behind. Possibly it is GMT without considering day light savings (bst).

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Re: AmiCygnix environment time
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@rjd324


Did you set the environment variable "Cygnix/TZ" correctly? For Germany it must be set to "Europe/Berlin". See the
directory "Cygnix:CygnixPPC/etc/zoneinfo" for your correct setting.

I must admit, that it is a bit confusing, as the time management in AmiCygnix depends sometimes on Cygnix/TZ and
sometimes on the OS system time. So both settings must be conform! The reason is, that libaos4util does not
implement/replace the full set of functions available in Newlib.

I tried this here on my system and it works:

* Opened the "Locale" settings of OS4 and set country to "United States" and the timezone to UTC - 5.
* Opened the "Time" settings of OS4 and set the time using the time server.
* Set the timezone for AmiCygnix with: "setenv Cygnix/TZ America/New_York"

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