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Weird problem, but my clock seems to lag? It wont stay on time correctly and i keep having to do a ntpdate to update it.. i tried setting hwclock to local time hoping that would fix it, but no luck.. im running KDE if that is helpful..
I'm having the same problem too, only when I turn it off though. If I boot only into windows for a couple days the clock stays the same (in winblows). But if I boot into Suse 9.1, it's like I lose about 8-10 hours in Linux, like turning the clock off when the PC shuts down. I don't know how to synch it with a server in Suse 9.1, I don't see an option, only to CHANGE the time. When I boot back to windows from Linux, the Clock is ALL messed up and the time difference is always variable, sometimes minutes apart, sometimes hours.
Any way to fix this?