/etc/adjtime change UTC to LOCAL
Orbmiser wrote:Just curious here. Why are there multiple places trying to set UTC?
Shouldn't it be a only one-thing changing global setting?
As always been confused and frustrated with the hoops to jump thru to get local time staying accurate.
Even using online time servers would set the wrong local time. And hate the whole UTC Why do we need it?
I only care about Local time being accurate. Seems like always a battle between Bios (UTC/Local) vs. Desktop (UTC/Local.
Seems like a clumsy convoluted overly complex way for something simple as setting the time.
Fesiitis wrote: No, there is no multiple places where change UTC settings. /etc/default/rcS UTC=no is old option which is now removed and no more works. Lot of user don't know this, so this option sometimes appears in nowadays.
/etc/adjtime change UTC to LOCAL is now the only way to change UTC to LOCAL time. As least I don't know any other options today.
Orbmiser wrote:...And hate the whole UTC Why do we need it?..
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