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Re: System Time Question

> # as root
> unset TZ               # just in case you've accidentally set it
> tzconfig               # set the time zone
> date 0103143897        # set the internal clock
> clock -u -w            # write internal->CMOS
> vi /etc/init.d/boot    # set the GMT variable to "-u"

  That hardwires your machine to run at a different time than the CMOS
clock... which means you have two different clock versions on your

  The appropriate option, is to control the representation...
Ørn Einar Hansen                         oe.hansen@halmstad.mail.telia.com
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