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Re: Correct: System Thinks Hardware Clock is UTC

On Fri, 18 May 2018 20:59:25 -0500 David Wright
<deblis@lionunicorn.co.uk> wrote:

> On Fri 18 May 2018 at 17:13:07 (-0700), Patrick Bartek wrote:
> > Okay, it's my fault: I admit it. During the Base Only, Terminal-only
> > install of Stretch, I clicked UTC instead of Local for the hardware
> > clock time. Honestly, I thought the clock was set to UTC. Haven't
> > installed any other OS on this system since Wheezy 5 years ago. So,
> > now system time on Stretch is 7 hours earlier than it should be --
> > difference between my time zone and Greenwich.
> You could reboot and set the hardware clock in the CMOS/BIOS
> to UTC time (coming up to 02:00 Saturday as I send this).

Unfortunately, I have other OSes on this system and they are configured
for the hardware clock set to local time. I need to keep it that way.

Thanks, anyway.


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