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Re: how to set correct time, using debian wheezy with LXDE

Kjetil brinchmann Halvorsen <kjetil1001@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hola!
> I am using debian wheezy (amd-64), with LXDE.
> My problem is that the computer clock is WRONG. Which program should I
> install so that I
> can fix time (definig tz, etc), with LXDE?

There are two things to consider -- hardware clock and timezone.
The hardware clock is usually set in your bios, timezone is done 
by copying the appropriate file from /usr/share/zoneinfo to 
/etc/localtime. If you have to dual-boot with windows you probably 
need to set your hw clock to localtime, otherwise it's best to set 
it to GMT.

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