Thanks, that gives me an outlook what's going on.
What time zone are you in? When your local time is 12:00, what times would you get in Linux, and in Windows?
In windows time is normal - it's 12:00, in fedora it's 14:00.
Trying to find this solution about UTC.Meaby I can change it in bios.
... ok found something here
but setting /etc/sysconfig/clock doesn't seem to change anything. (Still the same) Oh btw: I've just discovered that using date -u
command (print time according to UTC) gives in fact RIGHT time. (ok, forget about that - with hwclock
it works with --localtime parameter)
For now I've wrote a command:
su -c "date `date -u +%m%d%H%M`"
that sets time according to UTC. Wonder if it'll have effect on windows too?
Edit: yes unfortunately it does... So if i'll do this command it still changes system time two hours back.
Yea, it seems to be a bug that /etc/sysconfig/clock UTC=false doesn't work. It's described in documentation though