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Re: Superblock last write time is in the future.

I use Linux since Slackware 2.0, way before Windows 95. And up to Debian 8, I've never, EVER, had to follow that procedure because it worked just fine before. I'm using Debian like what, 10 years now.

Why do I have to change a registry because something in Debian 9 is not syncing the time correctly with the hard drive before a reboot?

Just to make sure, I've reinstalled Debian 8 and the issue is gone, it happens again with 9 so, I'm not changing that registry.

This is a Debian 9 issue.

On 02-07-2017 17:30, Siard wrote:
Wellington Terumi Uemura:
Michael Biebl:
I would set the system clock from LOCAL to UTC (see /etc/adjtime)

Just to give a feedback, this doesn't work if you have a second OS
like Windows.

Did you follow this procedure?

"One reason users often set the RTC in localtime is to dual boot with
Windows (which uses localtime). However, Windows is able to deal with
the RTC being in UTC with a simple registry fix."

Works fine for me in both Debian 9 and 10.

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