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Re: Clock and Sound

On Tue, 2005-22-02 at 12:13 +0000, Mark Ferry wrote:
> Hi David
> > And have a problem with the "internal clock" because if i configure
> > the date with "date 022101052005" (for example) after reboot one or
> > two or three session i must configure new ...
> > 
> It could be your /etc/adjtime
> Try setting the clock then deleting your /etc/adjtime file.
> BIOS clocks drift. This drift is calculated each time the clock is set 
> and is stored in /etc/adjtime
> On boot the BIOS clock time is adjusted by the value in /etc/adjtime and 
> the system clock is then set to this adjusted value.
> If you dual-boot OSX the clock should be set in UTC mode, iirc.
>   - Mark
I always just reran base-config (and alt-"c"'d after adjusting time) because dpkg-reconfigure timezoneconf,
if you install it, either didn't effectuate change or doesn't stick
for me even after subsequent reboots.

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