+++ This bug was initially created as a clone of Bug #447710 +++
Description of problem:
system-config-user calculates the wrong expire date.
When the expire date is set to 0 it shows the 01-02-1970, but not the
01-01-1970. All other dates are one day later!
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Start system-config-user, set the expire date to 1970-01-01
2. Look into /etc/shadow -> correct 0
3. Load the user with system-config-user again and hav a look to the expire
One day later
This actually only applies to expiration dates before 1970-01-01 UTC.
fixed in git:
Author: Nils Philippsen <email@example.com>
AuthorDate: Tue Sep 6 13:16:08 2011 +0200
correctly calculate expiration dates before the epoch (#735933)
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