October 17, 2006

Ubuntu System Clock setting for UTC

Ubuntu live CD installs assuming the system clock is UTC. If you dual boot to windows (which assumes local timezone) you will get a shifted time in windows. To change this after Ubuntu installs go to /etc/default/rcS and modify the line that says: UTC=yes setting it to no. Now when you reboot it will treat the bios clock as local time and all can live in happy time.


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