Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 494229
NO more DST in Tunisia
Last modified: 2015-05-04 21:34:32 EDT
There won't be DST change in TUNISIA this year, and obviously the next year too.
so Tunisia will keep it's legal time which GMT+1 for the whole year.
here's a tunisian website talking about it http://www.bab-el-web.com/home/Lire-article?=&a=1101841&t=4 and the official newspaper http://www.lapresse.tn/index.php?opt=15&categ=1&news=90078
The release 2009d of tzdata package, available in F-10, should have this change. Can you re-check please?
seems good, warm thanks
will it be available for RHEL or do I need to file bug for it too ?
It's not availabel in RHEL. Timezone and DST changes are so frequent that we don't provide RHEL updates unless there is explicit customer demand. Cloning this bug for RHEL would be a way to express that demand.
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