I have the same problem here, fixed by typing clock -s that sets the
clock going by the bios.
Chad D. Zimmerman
On Tue, 18 Feb 1997, Richard Heller wrote:
> This is my third try. The first time I wrote the wrong address to send to,
> the second time I got blocked by the "spam filter" because I've never posted
> anything before, so third time's a charm,right? Ok, I have Debian Linux 1.1
> and the clock displays the wrong time. The time's ok under dos, but not under
> Linux. I think maybe I answered one of the questions wrong when installing,
> but that was a while ago and by now I have too much stuff set up to reinstall.
> How do I reconfigure the clock without reinstalling?
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