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RE: [SLE] Time
  • From: jostber <jostber@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Tue, 21 Aug 2001 08:46:28 +0200
  • Message-id: <3B81F266@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
You can try to first adjust your PC to correct time and date in your Window
Manager. Then run 'hwclock --systohc'.

Reboot and see if it works.

Jostein

>===== Original Message From Pradeep Sangunni <psgn@xxxxxxxxxxx> =====
>hi,
>I seem to have a problem with the time on my SuSE 7.1 system
>it seems to change the time on every boot the time changes in
>the bios too and have to change the bios to the correct time
>it does not change to a particular date but to any radom time
>and date.Any solutions
>
>This does not happen only on my machine but on all the suse systems
>i have loaded @ the office but i did not realise since the office machines
>r
>servers and do not have to rebooted or shut down but not like my home PC
>which
>seems to change on every boot
>
>Anybody had/having the same problem with SuSE 7.1
>
>Bye
>
>Reg,
>- Pradeep.
>
>
>
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