[SATLUG] System Clock Weirdness

Justin Burdette justin.burdette at gmail.com
Sat May 17 12:32:44 CDT 2008

Is your CMOS clock set to UTC or local time? You may want to check
Linux to make sure it doesn't think the hardware is set to UTC.


On 5/17/08, Dale Crummie <dacrummie at gmail.com> wrote:
> Only thing I can think of is go to control panel, open Date and Time.
> On the Time Zone tab, make sure (GMT -6:00) Central Time (US & Canada) is
> selected, also check that the Automatically adjust clock for dayling saving
> changes is checked.  On the Internet Time tab, uncheck the Automatically
> synchronize with an Intenet time server, that way it'll use the hardware
> clock.  If that doesn't do the trick, my next guess would be corrupted
> dll's.  Good Luck.
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