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From Aaron W Morris <>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] directive for Time Zone offset?
Date Tue, 27 Jan 2004 04:34:52 GMT
Kynan Cheng wrote:
>>>My server is in another time zone, and my hosting provider says
>>>nothing can be done.  I don't believe him.
>>>Is there an Apache directive that I can put in the .htaccess
>>>file to automatically offset the system time by -3 hours?
>>>I have found php scripts that can do this, but I'd like a more
>>>'global' solution if possible.
>>He speaks the truth.  I know there is nothing that can be done in
>>1.3.  The TZ env var has to be set before apache starts for
>>requests to report the offset.
> Is this possible in Apache 2.0?

Probably not.  I specifically pointed out 1.3 because that is where most 
of my experience lies, and I have tried what you are asking (and failed).

If no one has chimed in, at this point, I doubt it is possible.

Aaron W Morris <> (decep)

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