On Tue, 20 Jun 2000, Colm Buckley wrote:
> There's a kernel option to cope with this situation -
> CONFIG_APM_RTC_IS_GMT ("RTC stores time in GMT").
i think this only applies to APM.. :(
what you want to look at is the boot scripts config. Eg on RedHat
/etc/sysconfig/clock controls the settings:
the UTC line should be set depending on whether you run doze or not.
> If you are flipping
> back and forth between 'doze and Linux, you should set this option to
> 'N', which basically tells Linux to keep the system clock at local
> time. It'd be nicer if Microsoft fixed Windows, of course, in fact I
> believe this is a fix scheduled for the next release of W2k, code-named
> "Porcus Aerialus".
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