Time (Clock) changes when I reboot into Windows
spizkapa at gmail.com
Tue Mar 1 01:17:10 UTC 2005
Michael Scottaline wrote:
> On Tue, 1 Mar 2005 04:04:16 +0330, Behrang Saeedzadeh
> <behrangsa at gmail.com> wrote:
>>Everytime I reboot my system and log in to Windows I see that the Time
>>changes to wrong values. How can I solve this problem?
> Simple........... avoid booting into windows. In fact, remove it from your HD.
> Sorry, I couldn't resist ;-) Just joking (partially..)
> Are both OS set up for the same time zone? Are both relative to the
> hardware clock in the same manner? Is one set to "Greenwich" time and
> the other local?? check all of these possibilities and get back to
I had a similar problem when using Debian testing. Basically, your
problem is having two OSs thinking that they have sole control of the
time. For example, if like me, you live in the UK, there is that crazy
thing known as British Summer time. Because of that, you have to tell
your computer that its timezone is in fact not GMT but Europe->London.
This is because the time in the UK is only GMT whe summer time is not in
Your choices are: either turn off time zone automattically changing the
system time in one of the two OSs (preferably in windoze...) or
preferably set Ubuntu to London time, not GMT. That should then work.
The file that has the information of the timezone is /etc/timezone. You
cam edit it (I think) or use dkpg to find out what package owns it and
use the right package instead.
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