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[Bug 426270] Time becmoes wrong in linux everytime after booting to windows
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  • Date: Mon, 12 Jan 2009 03:42:28 -0700 (MST)
  • Message-id: <20090112104228.3E9A2245391@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>

User werner@xxxxxxxxxx added comment

--- Comment #59 from Dr. Werner Fink <werner@xxxxxxxxxx> 2009-01-12 03:42:27
MST ---
OK ... with I see:

I write in English and not very worried about me, whether I understand the
developer. Well, once
he was over 4 months and did not understand the problem. And in general,
cool to see the developer OSes, which is not seen and knows nothing about
Windows (TM). Moreover, the system which takes in the market about 1 percent
of (and all the assembly) is trying to dictate the terms of "how to work
with time "
Incidentally, this was one of the reasons that I have version 11.0, I did
not exploit.
It was a small entry.
Bagh number 423697 has been led by me.
I realized that this is a problem in the near future can be resolved unless
Developer Windows (TM), ie They perepishut their systems under the "correct"
work with time.
Therefore, their problems, I decided myself to read as follows: after the
initial boot
put on the stage 3 and 5 of the following:
/etc/init.d/boot.clock restart
Now I am being shown correctly.

Which leads me to the assumption that the start/stop links are missed of
/etc/init.d/boot.clock in that case ... therefore please try out

insserv /etc/init.d/boot.clock

before next reboot/halt.

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