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Hey there are other threads that address this but none of them fix my problem. I know it's an issue with daylight savings time but my time is exactly one hour behind. I've tried changing timezones to -4 and even -3 instead of -5 but it always syncs to exactly the same time no matter aht timezone I change to. I've also tried several different servers. Maybe there's a way to just bump your time by one hour or something -- like outside of ntp.
UTC time is correct. I'm using gentoo. I even tried setting my timezone to Japan/Tokyo and my clock still remains at exactly the same time. If I never run ntp my clock is off by a lot but that's cause my motherboard clock is wrong... It's like ntp is ignoring my timezone. What other options are there?