My thanks for all the replies received on this.
My /etc/default/init and TZ variable were fine.
Infact, it turned out to be a known problem.
Patch 105210-18 fixes it. Version 17
of this patch probably broke it!
> I've just upgrade an Ultra-10 from 2.5.1 to 2.6(5/98) and
> applied all the recommended patches.
> All is fine except I notice that the date is:
> Friday January 29 10:45:16 BST 1999
> It is fairly pleasant today here in Brighton, U.K. but
> it certainly isn't British Summer Time yet.
> This may have been wrong for a time (the system is a
> backup machine and not used that often).
> Can anyone tell me how I can fix the problem so the
> system displays GMT now and correctly behaves in respect
> to daylight saving time.
> I have tried to RTFM but can't find any firm leads!
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