To reflect the new extended Day Light Savings Time period we will need to update the 'timezone' package on the Warp. Below is a set of instructions to to accomplish this.

1. Copy the latest 'timezone' package onto your Linux development PC with the following command:

wget ftp://elsie.nci.nih.gov/pub/tzdata2010i.tar.gz

Extract the package in a local directory.

tar -xvf tzdata2010i.tar.gz

2. We need to create the 'zoneinfo' applicable to your environment. By default the Warp only has timezone data for America and Europe. This is done with the following commands:

zic -d zoneinfo northamerica
zic -d zoneinfo europe

3. We want to 'tftp' the files we need onto the Warp but first lets prep the Warp by backing up the existing files and removing another. Execute the list of commands below on the Warp:

mv /persistent/usr/share/zoneinfo /persistent/usr/share/zoneinfo-bkp
mkdir /persistent/usr/share/zoneinfo
rm /persistent/etc/localtime

4. Now 'tftp' the following files to the 'zoneinfo' directory we created. Here is a list of files that you need all others may be ignored:

America
Europe
zone.tab
iso3166.tab

4. Now we need to run the 'timezone' executable to set the proper zone for your environment. Enter the following command on the Warp and follow the instructions provided:

timezone

All finished! The DTS will now reflect the new extended period.