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Hello, Sorry to ask some so simple questions but i can't understand why at every startup the clock of my computer is change by the system ? I am in ...
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    At every start of linux mandrake date is set with 10h less


    Hello,

    Sorry to ask some so simple questions but i can't understand why at every startup the clock of my computer is change by the system ?
    I am in GMT -10 and configure at installation time the linux with the correct date set with GMT-10.
    But now if i start 3 times the computer the clock is reset by the system with 30 hours less ( 3 * 10 ) !!!
    I can't understand why.
    Please can you tell me how to change it ?
    Thanks.
    Regards.

    Olivier

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    What country are you in? Because you can configure so that every time you start your computer, your clock is set by a ntp server. Its very good..

    oh, almost forgot ( I found a really good page on the subject ):
    http://www.linuxsa.org.au/tips/time.html

    Good luck

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