Re: system time has change while installing
On Wed, 19 Jun 2013 01:43:08 +0400
Maxim Markov <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
(Culled debian-devel from the Cc list.)
> I use debian-live-7.0.0-amd64-gnome-desktop.
> And it has error in Time Zones Settings.
> System Time changes during installation.
> It`s possible that date can changes too.
> for example:
> when i boot from livecd i change location settings from London to
> Russia (Asia), Krasnoyarsk and my system time changes from 20:20 to
> when i install version to hdd my system time changed from 00:50 to
> i suppose that error present in other versions.
> same problem i noticed in Scientific Linux.
> i use ROSA Desktop Fresh and looks like it hasn`t error.
> in my own apinion: date and time must be stay as it set in local pc,
> while time zones parameters sets in configs.
This is a change  in Debian introduced in Wheezy (7.0)
and documented  in its installation manual.
Debian assumes your clock is in UTC while in BIOSes of most
consumer-grade x86-based computers the time is stored in local time,
and Windows assumes it's in local time.
To fix this:
1) Append the string "LOCAL" without quotes to the file "/etc/adjtime".
This will ensure the time will be correct on the next boot when it's
read from the system clock.
2) Run `/sbin/hwclock --hctosys --localtime` to fix the time on the
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