which time changes when
All that cantab says makes good sense in your situation. Also:
When you "change the time" you alter the information of the running operating environment.
The running operating environment grabs the hardware (BIOS) clock time at boot time. Where did this hardware clock learn the time?
When you "change the time" do you use the options that save that change to the hardware clock? If not, then as you re-boot, the OTHER environment learns the old hardware time not the current environment time. My Ubuntu Koala implements the hwclock --set --date=... command to alter the hardware clock setting.
Last edited by SaintDanBert; 01-20-2010 at 11:06 PM.