It seems like I'm caught in a loop which goes like this...
-I reset the time in Win to 10am
-I checked the BIOS and it said 10am
As long as I stay in Win the time remains correct
-Open Zorin and the time said 5am BUT! after about 30 sec. it corrected itself to 10am
-I went back to Win and time was now reset to 3pm
-I check the BIOS and it was also reset to 3pm
Here is a sreen shot of the T window, not sure whats going on?
I really appreciate all your help
Last edited by Erndog; 11 Jan 2015 at 23:14.
You will have to use Sudo to make the changes.
Make Linux use 'Local' time
To tell your Ubuntu system that the hardware clock is set to 'local' time:
- edit /etc/default/rcS
- add or change the following section# Set UTC=yes if your hardware clock is set to UTC (GMT)
It worked. The timed arwe correct for each OS.
Thank you everyone for all your help!
Glad to help, I had the same problem on my Ubuntu/Windows 7 dual boot laptop.