Re: Time not correct based on timezone
Date: Sat, 08 Nov 2003 23:45:30 GMT
> No everything is fine. localtime points to right thing and doing date
> also shows MST. Just time itself resets itself to UTC on every wake or
> boot. Any ideas?
Is the system clock set to use UTC? Some BIOS don't give you a
choice. Just an idea. I haven't ran across any problems like
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