Kclock won't keep set time.
markus.joschko at gmail.com
Sat Apr 9 16:33:10 UTC 2005
do you tried: dkpg-reconfigure locales?
Otherwise you might try (not sure if this will work):
-Set the link /etc/locatime to your timezone
-maybe modify /etc/timezone, but I'm not sure if this isn't done
This will hopefully set your timezone. To set the time:
-set your time with date
-set your hardwareclock to your system date with: hwclock --systohc
Maybe this helps.
On Sat, 9 Apr 2005 07:52:32 +0000, Cougar <cougaram at charter.net> wrote:
> Does anyone know of a way to force the kclock to keep its time set? I can
> reset it by sudoing into kcontrol but the thing keeps reverts back to utc
> (FOUR HOURS AHEAD!) every time I reboot. I'm on est/edt time. I can 'make'
> show timezone 'America/NewYork by right clicking on the clock but it insists
> on showing NEW YORK underneath the numerals making the numerals so small as
> to be unreadable. Also, the kcontrol does not allow entering Admin mode
> unless Kcontrol is entered by sudoing into it. Anyone know of a fix? Ay=ny
> way to permanently set my hardware clock to EST instead of UTC? What file do
> I need to butcher to accomplish this? Thanks in advance for any advice...
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