How to coordinate the clock when dual-booting with Windows

J. L. jl.ffm at
Tue Dec 12 02:44:24 UTC 2017

On 10.12.2017 00:00, Kevin O'Gorman wrote:
> I've installed Ubuntu into a Windows laptop.  I missed the place where I
> was supposed to tell the install that the clock will be kept in local
> time, so switching between Linux and Windows is a pain.
> Is there a way to fix this short of going back and doing it again?
> -- 
> Kevin O'Gorman
> #define QUESTION ((bb) || (!bb))   /* Shakespeare */
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Just to be sure one more reply to the first thread:



Could it be that You did not even think of trying to use a search engine
for your problem?

So, i'm a nice guy and did just one little search [coordinate time dual
boot system windows linux] and will paste You _some_ not even all of the
links i found obviously quite fitting to Your question:

I'm pretty sure the information You asked for is hidden somewhere in
these links ...! ;-)

Hope i did You a little favor!

Good luck!

J. L.

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