Todd.Denniston at ssa.crane.navy.mil
Mon Aug 25 14:54:29 UTC 2008
Craig White wrote, On 08/25/2008 01:53 AM:
> On Sun, 2008-08-24 at 22:43 -0700, Russell Miller wrote:
>> Craig White wrote:
>>> crap...the clock moves ahead 7 hours when I boot Fedora ;-( that is my
>>> offset from GMT
>>> I need someone to toss me a bone here...
>> Have you checked /etc/sysconfig/clock?
> doesn't exist in ubuntu...don't know about this
>> How about /etc/adjtime?
> # diff /etc/adjtime /mnt/ubuntu/etc/adjtime
> < 0.781375 1219642281 0.000000
> < 1219642281
> < LOCAL
>> 0.002028 1219638615 0.000000
> appears that I need to have symmetry in either UTC or LOCAL
If the machine is always running Unix/Linux, then UTC is usually better. If
you are also running MSWIN then you either need to use LOCAL or find the tweak
someone posted ~1 week ago, that you can do to windows so it treats the
hardware clock as UTC.
Hope this helps.
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