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Re: sys time ?

On Sun, Nov 03, 2002 at 07:55:58PM -0600, Lance Hoffmeyer wrote:
> My time gets set through nptdate at startup.
> Time is fine in Linux but if I boot into
> Win2000 the time is 6hr off (CST).  What
> do I need to do so that time is correct in
> both systems?

Set Linux to use braindead windows/dos habit.

 # cd /etc/defaults
 # editor rcS
 ... s/UTC=yes/UTC=no/

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