I've recently jailbreaked my kindle to make it a clock that shows a certain image for each minute of the day. I used the instructions mentioned in this article
The thing is to do this there is a scribt to make it work, in the script it shows this code for getting the timezone
#!/bin/bash test -f /mnt/us/timelit/clockisticking || exit MinuteOTheDay="$(env TZ=CEST date -R +"%H%M")";
The thing is, whenever I put in my time zone, which is GMT+4, it never shows the correct time. Even if the time is set correctly on the kindle, it just keeps using its own time.
MinuteOTheDay="$(env TZ=GMT+4 date -R +"%H%M")";
MinuteOTheDay="$(env TZ=Asia/Muscat date -R +"%H%M")";
MinuteOTheDay="$(env TZ=GST date -R +"%H%M")";
and they didn't give the correct time, is there a way around this, am I missing something? Is there a way to make the script take the time from the kindle time?