Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 982872
Date & Time spoke may display time in UTC, but geolocated time zone is U.S. Pacific
Last modified: 2015-02-17 11:02:23 EST
Created attachment 771382 [details]
screenshot showing time in UTC, but geolocated time zone is U.S. Pacific
Description of problem:
The geolocated time zone is U.S. Pacific, but the time displayed in the Date & Time spoke is UTC.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. $ qemu-img create f19-test-1.img 16G
2. $ qemu-kvm -m 4096 -hda f19-test-1.img -cdrom ~/xfr/fedora/F19/Fedora-19-x86_64-DVD.iso -vga std -boot menu=on
3. Click the Date & Time spoke.
4. In a host terminal run:
$ date --utc
U.S. Pacific time zone is highlighted.
Displayed time is:
03:58 PM July 10, 2013
This appears to be UTC, except that PM should be AM:
$ date --utc
Wed Jul 10 03:58:44 UTC 2013
See attached screenshot.
Displayed time is U.S. Pacific:
8:58 PM July 9, 2013
If I click on the orange time zone pin, the time is immediately updated, and the expected local time in the U.S. Pacific time zone is displayed.
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