On 14 Jul 2001, Brendan Halpin wrote:
> Every time my laptop comes out of suspend, it adds an hour to the
> system date (but not the hardware clock).
>> Any ideas why? Summer time? Thinks the clock is set to UTC when it
> is in fact "local" time?
have a look in /etc/sysconfig/apmd - there is an option there to tell
apmd whether or not sync system time to the hardware clock when
coming out of suspend. it defaults to true.
>> RH 7.1, Dell Inspiron 4000, apm version 3.0final.
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