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nigelayres

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I'm setting up a new Operator box and it's using NTP for time sync. How/where do I set a DST offset for this, please? At the moment, it's stuck at GMT (and an hour out, of course). I assume that there is DST support in here and I don't have to change the TZ manually twice a year?

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Nigel
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silars

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It was my understanding that the DST setting was controlled by which TZ you pick. There are 5 GMT+0 options. Which one did you select?

I could be horribly wrong though. I'm a US-based Eastern TZ user. I have not seen any issues with DST offsets.
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nigelayres

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Ah, yes - that's got it. I'd picked the first one, rather than the country-specific one, which makes sense in hindsight.

Thanks

Nigel
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