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23 Mar 2005
Quite a while back I added a link in /etc for localtime to fix several applications logging to syslog IIRC. The only negative side effect that I've noticed is that appointments in the calendar app are now 6 hours in the future in my case.

Anyone have any idea how this app can be configured to still use the correct local time? Looking around I''m not hitting on what configuration controls this in the calendar.

Thanks,
John
6 Jan 2005
This likely isn't the best place for me to ask, but being new around here I'll just hope I hit someone with the answer. I've compiled a boatload of stuff for the 6K including heimdal, hesiod, screen, ddate, and cowsay (ok that isn't compiled but how can people live without it). I'm experimenting with the ipkg system now and am wondering if while using a preinst script one can determine the target location of the install that is about to occur? Is it going to the SD card? CF card? It seems that if one wants to be careful preparing for an install (is there room on the device? am I about to clobber something? are links available on the filesystem?) one really needs a way to know where the stuff is *really* headed.

Any tips on determining this location from the preinst script would be most appreciated.

Thanks,
John
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