I get a problem about changing time in linux. My server date & time show my correct time. But when i run openwebmail the time show 1 hour increase. So now what can i do???
When I import an .ics file, 2 time zones show up. One is correct (eastern time), and the other is Atlantic time (Barbados), which is one hour later. My calender sets the alarm for this hour later incorrect time. I've checked my settings and the phone is set up to be controlled automatically by the network provider for date, time and timezone. Any ideas why this is happening?
Iam running Ubuntu 14.04. Off lately the system time keeps changing on its own to either a couples of days ahead or behind. I tried checking and most of the people having this issue seems to be running a dual boot. In my case I have only Ubuntu on my system. I tried setting UTC=no but that didn't help either.
I have a dual boot, modern pc running UbuntuStudio 1404 and Windows 7. Every time I stop linux and reboot into Windows, the system time is exactly 1 hour wrong in Windows (behind zone time). A simple click to an internet time server in Windows gets everything back on time.
Both Windows and Linux have the correct geographical zones entered.
Hi,guys I am Avik,using Fedora 19 Gnome.I had forgotten to set time,date and zone at the time of installation,so from that time when i shutdown and login backafter few time i see all the time and date has been changed..