Re: how to change date of system
> How do you prevent both Linux and Windows from attempting to correct the
> time for DST, and ending up an hour out?
Linux doesn't do that.
> Do you just tell one of them not to change the clock, and live with it
> being wrong until you boot into the other one?
No. Since Windows is incapable of dealing with UTC you put the BIOS clock
on local time and tell Linux that you have done so. Linux then assumes
that the BIOS clock gives correct local time and that someone else is
taking care of DST. This works as long as you boot Windows frequently