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Re: Clock problems



Neal Wilkinson wrote:
On Mon, 2005-04-18 at 13:55 -0400, David Cary Hart wrote:

How are you trying to manage the clock? Have you tried simply using date
from the command line? "man date"


Just right clicking and choosing "adjust date and time." Has always
worked in the past. I set it to set itself and the stupid thing is
reading UCT and so all my time stamps are screwed up. I can "display"
another time zone (even mine) but it still stamps everything UCT.

Have you tried "system-config-date"? Go to the timezone tab and unselect the "System clock uses UTC" box. ---------------------------------------------------------------------- - Rick Stevens, Senior Systems Engineer rstevens vitalstream com - - VitalStream, Inc. http://www.vitalstream.com - - - - BASIC is the Computer Science version of `Scientific Creationism' - ----------------------------------------------------------------------


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