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nagarji 08-13-2008 11:01 AM

date/time in openSUSE
 
i recently upgraded to openSUSE 11.0
by mistake in installation i checked Time set to UTC due to which my OS clock goes 5:30 hrs fast then hardware/normal clock

i have tried various times to edit this using yast but it never worked i have also deleted the adjtime file from /etc still its not working

for a temp sol i have set the clock to GMT and then changed the time, its now working fine but current time is shown as GMT which is actually GMT + 5:30

ronlau9 08-13-2008 01:13 PM

Yast>system>date and time did it work or not ?
And you can all so change time zone here
There is possibility to set set clock to UTC here

nagarji 08-14-2008 02:45 AM

hmm
 
i have tried the yeast way it worked in one of my machine but in another its not working the setting are not saved i dont know why



Quote:

Originally Posted by ronlau9 (Post 3246312)
Yast>system>date and time did it work or not ?
And you can all so change time zone here
There is possibility to set set clock to UTC here


ronlau9 08-14-2008 03:24 AM

Do you use multiple OS on one box ?
If you do so set time and dates in all the OS in the same way.
If not you affected the settings by rebooting in a other OS especially when also you use Windosz


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