Originally Posted by Micro420
I think SVN is pulling the time from your local computer? So what is your time settings on your Windows box versus your Ubuntu machine and the SVN server? I know that I see time differences if I set one to UTC and the other to local time.
I think you were spot on. It seems it may have had to do with how I answered the time question during setup.
Just for completion, I'll post the solution.
I found my solution here:
Originally Posted by kebes
1. Set date to current time, if required (instead of "11:02" use the current time):
$ sudo date -s 11:02
2. Update the hardware clock with the newly updated time:
$ sudo /sbin/hwclock --systohc --localtime
3. Check that the change took effect:
$ /sbin/hwclock --localtime
Tue 08 May 2007 11:01:41 AM EDT -0.641764 seconds
4. Load the hardware clock time back into the system:
$ /sbin/hwclock --hctosys --localtime
This procedure has fixed my local time on ubuntu computer without the "use UTC" checkbox (which was part of what was messing things up I think).
I checked the subversion timestamp and it now comes back with local/correct time.