> I dual boot windows 98 and debian potato. In windows my clock is set to
> Pacific Standard Time. In linux, I've set UTC=no in /etc/defaults/rcS, and
> /etc/timezone to US/Pacific. Yet, in linux the time now is Feb 7 2:07pm,
> while in windows it's Feb 7 10:27pm (or there about). How do I fix this?
Well, after reading man hwclock, I removed /etc/adjtime and now it
Odd that, during the install I specified PST8PDT. Also, at boot and reboot
there was a message about setting the hardware clock to some time PST
(matching the time I see in linux).
- From: Kendall Shaw <firstname.lastname@example.org>