On Tue, 12 Dec 2000, James Cloney wrote:
> Hi All.,
>> Running Red Hat 6.2 (kernel 2.2:.12-20)on Intel. When I set the date
> <cmd>date 12121100<cmd> as root to a new time everything stays as it
> should untill I restart the machine (restarting X is fine) the the date
> reverts to old one. For clarification when time was 09:00 changed to
> 11:00 when rebooted time reverts to 09:00. Anyone have this happen/know
> what I am doing wrong.
Have you got the clock set to use the hardware clock in your machine? Try
changing the time in the BIOS and see if it updates in Redhat.
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