Time Date problem

Lothar Braun lothar at lobraun.de
Thu Feb 22 15:19:58 UTC 2007

On Thursday 22 February 2007 15:04:06 grumpypenguin wrote:
> > What happens exactly? Does the system have another time zone or does it
> > have a random time?
> usually 1 hour and 1 day off
> > Do you have differences in hours or minutes or both?
> minutes is fine

Ok. So it's most likely not a hardware problem but a problem with some piece 
of software.

Can you check if you have the right timezone? You can use "tzconfig" to check 
and modify your time zone.

Did you try to run an ntp client? What happens if you do that?


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