/etc/default/rcS->UTC=no/yes has no effect in testing-xfce4

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/etc/default/rcS->UTC=no/yes has no effect in testing-xfce4

Postby boubalos » 2012-09-05 15:24

No matter whether UTC is set to yes or no, the system always think hardware time is UTC.

However, sudo "hwclock --systohc --localtime" can correctly make the system regard hardware time as local time.

I am really confused. Linux is joking me? Have any one encounter such problem?
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Re: /etc/default/rcS->UTC=no/yes has no effect in testing-xf

Postby kmathern » 2012-09-05 15:34

boubalos wrote:No matter whether UTC is set to yes or no, the system always think hardware time is UTC.

However, sudo "hwclock --systohc --localtime" can correctly make the system regard hardware time as local time.

I am really confused. Linux is joking me? Have any one encounter such problem?

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Re: /etc/default/rcS->UTC=no/yes has no effect in testing-xf

Postby boubalos » 2012-09-06 12:01

thank you so much!
kmathern wrote:
boubalos wrote:No matter whether UTC is set to yes or no, the system always think hardware time is UTC.

However, sudo "hwclock --systohc --localtime" can correctly make the system regard hardware time as local time.

I am really confused. Linux is joking me? Have any one encounter such problem?

viewtopic.php?p=451275#p451275
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