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Re: jessie and stretch time problem

Thanks! How could I find out  if debian thinks bios clock is set to local time or universal time?

On Saturday, October 13, 2018 6:13 AM, Kenneth Parker <sea7kenp@gmail.com> wrote:

On Fri, Oct 12, 2018 at 6:01 PM Long Wind <longwind2@yahoo.com> wrote:
jessie and stretch are installed on same PC
time of jessie is wrong: Fri Oct 12 21:51:05 CST 2018
then i reboot and enter stretch
time of stretch is right: Sat Oct 13 05:55:30 CST 2018

tzdata of both are reconfig to same place

Is it possible that one is set to "Local Time", and the other to "UTC Time"?

I had that problem once, Dual Booting Windows XP (I'm Dating myself) and an old version of Ubuntu.  Turned out to be an Education Issue:  Everything was fine, when I changed Linux to "Local Time".   (Your issue may be the opposite). 

I forgot what I did to fix it.  (So Long Ago. LOL!)

Good Luck and Best Regards,

Kenneth Parker, Computer Consultant

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