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1. I have HP-UX 10.2. I want to know whether it supports daylight saving.

2.If yes Since there is a daylight saving period changes from 2007, Will i be able to get a vendor patch for this one?



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1. Yes, it supports.
2. If you pressure them. Opensource systems are more flexible in this regard. Otherwise you have to create zoneinfo file yourself ( read "man zic" and/or "man tz" on your system)
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Thanks a lot for the info
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