Marcus Furlong <furlongm at hotmail.com> writes:
> On Sat 09 Jun 2007 22:35, Brendan Halpin wrote:
>>> Finally, and this is not ACPI: I have timezone and time set
>> correctly, but on reboot the clock is always 1 hr ahead.
>> Do you have windows on the same machine? If so, is the clock set to
> localtime or to UTC? If you have windows, it should be set to localtime.
Setting the clock to localtime would make me feel unclean!
FWIW, I found the problem: the rtc module for some reason will not
allow the time to be written to the hardware clock. Replacing it
with rtc-dev in /etc/modprobe.d/pnp-hotplug fixes that.
Still have my ACPI puzzles, though.
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