[H-GEN] Wrong time.

Jason McDonald jasonm at foxboro.com.au
Wed Apr 12 02:14:54 EDT 2000

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Looks like your system clock is set to GMT instead of local time.  I know
how to fix it in SuSE, but not in Red Hat.  There should be a way to tell
linux to interpret the system time as GMT and adjust it to the configured

Sorry I can't offer a solution, but hopefully we've identified the problem


On Wed, 12 Apr 2000, gwhite wrote:

> Hi all.
> I hope someone out there can help.
> I've just installed Linuxppc 2000 which is baically red hat 6.1 and the 
> time showing on the screen and using 'date' is about -10hrs of where it 
> should be. I think it's GMT but not sure.  I tried using timeconfig to 
> select Australia/Bris and this does not help.
> What to do next?
> Greg

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