My clock doesn't know how to tell time.
Here comes a stupid question.
I have a wacky clock thing happening on by Debian system.
Version 2.1.2 it is now currently 6:00 am but by clock says
22:00 or 10:00. My TZ is set to EST5EDT.
When I issue the clock command, the system bios clock is
read and then the time is correct.
Why is this happening?
Who is doing it ?
Why are they doing it ?
Or should I just settle with the concept that "time is relative"
Thanks in advance.
Tomorrow never comes.