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Re: system time

On Fri, 07 Sep 2007, Ralph Plawetzki wrote:

> Florian Reitmeir schrieb:
> >On Fri, 07 Sep 2007, Ralph Plawetzki wrote:
> >
> >>Well, this is a good idea to not have different times in the two 
> >>operating systems on a dual boot machine, but leads to incorrect 
> >>interpretation of time-sent stamps in e-mails. The MUA will show time 
> >>stamps that differ the amount of time the set UTC on the machine differs 
> >>from the real UTC.
> >>
> >>Unfortunately I've got no solution for this problem on dual boot machines.
> >
> >?????????????????????????????????????
> >
> You did not get my point.
i think i did

> Lets assume I would follow your suggestion and change the time on the 
> linux part of a dual boot system to the actual local time by using „date 
> -us“ (you call UTC „system-default timezone“). In this case the UTC 
> on the system would be stored in the RTC and windows would have the same 
> time.

_no_ thats nonsense
and the conclusions too.

please read, chapter: "Clocks in a Linux System"

man hwclock

Florian Reitmeir

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