I did an FTP install of FreeBSD 2.2.8 a couple of days ago. The download was
going slowly so I went home to bed while it completed. When I came back, the
system had been re-booted from the install floppy which was, of course, still
in the drive. I don't know what caused the machine to re-boot. There were
no power problems.
Anyway, I pulled the floppy and eventually got the thing to boot. It still
recognized the network and most all of the stuff was there so I just CVSuped
2.2-STABLE and did a 'make world'. All went well. I installed the server
processes needed for this machine and put it into production as a radius
A couple of hours later we noticed that the times were 6 hours fast. It
thought it was in GMT. So I went hunting in /etc but couldn't find a Time
Zone setting. Eventually, we resorted to /stand/sysinstall and everything
looked once we set the Time Zone. Unfortunately, a day or so later we re-
booted and he again thought he was in GMT.
Where is the TZ setting and how do I make it stick?