Re: BST Solution Worked Fine.
On Tuesday 01 April 2014 11:58:30 Brad Rogers wrote:
> On Mon, 31 Mar 2014 21:42:41 +0100
> Lisi Reisz <email@example.com> wrote:
> Hello Lisi,
> >Also for the record, when I set my system time to Europe/London/
> > (my hardware clock is set to UTC), my system, for some obscure
> > reason, determinedly changes it to /Europe/Guernsey. As this is
> > the same, it doesn't matter, but some day I might try to find out
> > why it does it. ;-)
> IDK what DE you're using but here, using KDE, the task bar clock
> can be set for multiple time zones. Below the time zone selection
> area, is a drop list which selects which zone to actually use.
> Also, there's a time zone setting in System Settings / System
> At a guess, if the two are set for different zones, "weird things"
> might happen.
TDE, and previously KDE 3; and yes the drop list is there, and yes it
is also in KControl, and yes I choose Europe/London whenever or
whereever I set it, and it sets itself to Europe/Guernsey. Where a
distro asks the question during installation, the same thing seems to
happen. As it gives the correct result, I have not bothered with it
over-much, just vaguely noted it.
Maybe the clock controls are Roman Catholic. We are in the same RC
diocese as Guernsey. ;-)