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svalx
27-Jan-2012, 11:53
Hello!

I am use SLED11 SP1 (fully updated) in UTC+4 time zone, but after reboot
my local time shift to UTC, although is still UTC+4 in system settings.
Hardware clock set to UTC time but while boottime kernel take it like
correct with time zone time and finally clock in the lower right corner
shows right time - 4 hours. How can I fix it?
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mikewillis
27-Jan-2012, 13:56
Are you using ntp?


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svalx
27-Jan-2012, 14:11
27.01.2012 16:56, mikewillis пишет:
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> Are you using ntp?
>
>
Yes I do. A few seconds after the connection to the Internet time
returns to normal by NTP daemon. But sometimes I'm working offline, and
time correction is not happening.

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mikewillis
31-Jan-2012, 14:06
It's not a problem I've encountered so I can't offer a fix, but you
might find this useful:

'Clock shows wrong time at boot'
(http://forums.opensuse.org/english/get-technical-help-here/install-boot-login/403287-clock-shows-wrong-time-boot.html)


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Alexey Svistunov
01-Feb-2012, 20:50
31/01/2012 13:06 +0000, mikewillis wrote:
> It's not a problem I've encountered so I can't offer a fix, but you
> might find this useful:
>
> 'Clock shows wrong time at boot'
> (http://forums.opensuse.org/english/get-technical-help-here/install-boot-login/403287-clock-shows-wrong-time-boot.html)
>
>
Thank you, it helped me.
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