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Ubuntu :: Need To Make System Stop Updating BIOS Clock To UTC Time


I have Ubuntu 10.04.1 32bit installed on my flash drive so wherever I go I can have my own mini personal computer, but one problem I'm having is every computer it is run on the next time it's rebooted to the OS on the hard drive it has UTC time instead of the actual time for the timezone you're in that Windows uses. So is their a way I can make Ubuntu not automatically change the clock to what it wants?


View 2 Replies (Posted: January 22nd, 2011)

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