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+#!/bin/sh
+#
+# timeconfig Slackware Linux timezone configuration utility.
+#
+# Author: Patrick Volkerding <volkerdi@slackware.com>
+# Modified by: David Cantrell <david@slackware.com>, 06-Oct-2000
+#
+# ChangeLog:
+# 2014-10-22: Updated timezones from tzdata2014i. <pjv>
+# 2012-12-12: Updated timezones from tzdata2012j. <pjv>
+# 2008-03-10: Updated timezones from tzdata2008a. <pjv>
+# 2007-12-21: Updated timezones from tzdata2007j. <pjv>
+# 2006-12-03: Updated timezones from tzdata2006p. <pjv>
+# 2006-09-14: Updated timezones from tzdata2006k. <pjv>
+# 2006-08-22: Updated timezones from tzdata2006j.
+# 2006-08-13: Updated timezones from tzdata2006g.
+# 2006-03-13: Updated timezones from tzdata2006c.
+# 19-Feb-2001 Add new timezones from glibc-2.2.2.
+# 06-Oct-2000 Fixed a problem with selecting UTC time. It was writing
+# the hardwareclock file to the root disk and not your dest
+# partition. Changed the HWCLOCK_CONF variable to be
+# $T_PX/etc/hardwareclock to fix this. Thanks to David L.
+# Dickman <softbear@optonline.net> for finding this and
+# submitting a patch.
+#
+# 15-Mar-2000 Added the writeconf function to write out the
+# /etc/hardwareclock file which tells what the hardware clock
+# is set to (UTC or localtime).
+#
+# 03-Mar-2000 Reorganized script. Made one timezone set block, added
+# stage that asks the user if the hardware clock is set to
+# UTC.
+
+# setup our temp locations and variables
+TMP=/var/log/setup/tmp
+if [ -r $TMP/SeTT_PX ]; then
+ T_PX="`cat $TMP/SeTT_PX`"
+elif [ ! "$!" = "" ]; then
+ T_PX=$1
+else
+ T_PX=/
+fi
+
+# the hardware clock configuration file
+HWCLOCK_CONF=$T_PX/etc/hardwareclock
+
+# setzone( $TIMEZONE )
+#
+# This function accepts a time zone as the only parameter and sets it as
+# the default system time zone.
+setzone()
+{
+ TZ=$1
+
+ cd $T_PX/etc
+ if [ -r $T_PX/usr/share/zoneinfo/$TZ -o \
+ -r /var/log/mount/usr/share/zoneinfo/$TZ -o \
+ -L $T_PX/usr/share/zoneinfo/$TZ -o \
+ -L /var/log/mount/usr/share/zoneinfo/$TZ ]; then
+ ln -sf /usr/share/zoneinfo/$TZ localtime-copied-from
+ rm -f localtime
+ cd ..
+ chroot . cp etc/localtime-copied-from etc/localtime
+ fi
+}
+
+# writeconf( $CLOCK_SET_TO )
+#
+# Writes out $HWCLOCK_CONF that tells rc.S how the hardware clock
+# value is stored.
+writeconf()
+{
+ echo "# /etc/hardwareclock" > $HWCLOCK_CONF
+ echo "#" >> $HWCLOCK_CONF
+ echo "# Tells how the hardware clock time is stored." >> $HWCLOCK_CONF
+ echo "# You should run timeconfig to edit this file." >> $HWCLOCK_CONF
+ echo >> $HWCLOCK_CONF
+ echo $1 >> $HWCLOCK_CONF
+}
+
+# ask the user if the hardware clock is set for UTC/GMT
+if [ "$COLOR" = "on" -o -r $TMP/SeTcolor -o "$T_PX" = "/" ]; then
+ ###
+ ### use color menus here
+ ###
+ dialog --title "HARDWARE CLOCK SET TO UTC?" --menu "Is the hardware clock set \
+to Coordinated Universal Time (UTC/GMT)? If it is, select YES here. If the \
+hardware clock is set to the current local time (this is how most PCs are set \
+up), then say NO here. If you are not sure what this is, you should answer NO \
+here." 13 60 2 \
+ "NO" "Hardware clock is set to local time" \
+ "YES" "Hardware clock is set to UTC" \
+ 2> $TMP/utc
+ if [ $? = 1 -o $? = 255 ]; then
+ rm -f $TMP/utc
+ exit
+ fi
+ if [ "`cat $TMP/utc`" = "YES" ]; then
+ # yes, the hardware clock is UTC
+ writeconf "UTC"
+ else # must be NO
+ writeconf "localtime"
+ fi
+ rm -f $TMP/utc
+else
+ ###
+ ### use text prompts
+ ###
+ echo "Is the hardware clock set to Coordinated Universal Time (UTC/GMT)?"
+ echo "If it is, select 'y' here. If the hardware clock is set to the"
+ echo "current local time (this is how most PCs are set up), then say 'n'"
+ echo "here. If you are not sure what this is, you should answer 'n' here."
+ echo
+ echo -n "Is your hardware clock set to UTC ([y]es, [n]o)? "
+ read HEJAZ
+
+ if [ "$HEJAZ" = "y" -o "$HEJAZ" = "Y" -o "$HEJAZ" = "YES" -o "$HEJAZ" = "yes" ]; then
+ # yes, the hardware clock is UTC
+ writeconf "UTC"
+ else
+ # default to localtime
+ writeconf "localtime"
+ fi
+fi
+
+# Now set the correct timezone link:
+if [ "$COLOR" = "on" -o -r $TMP/SeTcolor -o "$T_PX" = "/" ]; then
+ ###
+ ### use color menus here
+ ###
+ dialog --title "TIMEZONE CONFIGURATION" --menu "Please select one of the following timezones for your machine:" 21 50 13 \