Ubuntu :: System Time Is Wrong All The Time?

Apr 29, 2011

I installed Ubuntu inside windows(Win 7).Both works good.I found that system time is wrong in both OS.Every time i Change it manually but it changes again on reboot!

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OpenSUSE :: System Time Is Always Wrong After Reboot?

Jan 2, 2011

Every time I reboot my computer the system time always comes up exactly 10 hours behind where it should be. So if I reboot it at 16:00 it comes up as 06:00.

This has only been happening since I got back from a trip to Australia, where I naturally changed the computer's timezone to match the local one. I'm now back in Central European Time which is 10 hours behind Australia's. This is on opensuse 11.3.

I've used the YAST date and time tool to set the timezone correctly, and /etc/localtime is set correctly:

Code:
:~> sha1sum /etc/localtime
b065fae6bda0f0642ca6a52b665768e34a99d213 /etc/localtime
:~> sha1sum /usr/share/zoneinfo/Europe/Berlin
b065fae6bda0f0642ca6a52b665768e34a99d213 /usr/share/zoneinfo/Europe/Berlin

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Jan 6, 2011

Every time I reboot my computer the system time always comes up exactly 10 hours behind where it should be. So if I reboot it at 16:00 it comes up as 06:00.

This has only been happening since I got back from a trip to Australia, where I naturally changed the computer's timezone to match the local one. I'm now back in Central European Time which is 10 hours behind Australia's. This is on opensuse 11.3.

I've used the YAST date and time tool to set the timezone correctly, and /etc/localtime is set correctly:

Code:
:~> sha1sum /etc/localtime
b065fae6bda0f0642ca6a52b665768e34a99d213 /etc/localtime
:~> sha1sum /usr/share/zoneinfo/Europe/Berlin
b065fae6bda0f0642ca6a52b665768e34a99d213 /usr/share/zoneinfo/Europe/Berlin

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Code:
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Quote:

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