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    seinzeit NNTP User

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    Anyone,please tech me!
    I have a trouble in suse11.2 m7.Every time on boot,system time is set up to hardware time plus 9 hour.I live in Japan and the difference with UTC is right 9 hour. I have not ever experienced such a thing in SUSE.
    I have to set up to UTC or NTP ?

    sorry for my English.Best Regards.

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    Default Re: set date&time in suse11.2 m7

    Quote Originally Posted by seinzeit
    Anyone,please tech me!
    I have a trouble in suse11.2 m7.Every time on boot,system time is set
    up to hardware time plus 9 hour.I live in Japan and the difference with
    UTC is right 9 hour. I have not ever experienced such a thing in SUSE.
    I have to set up to UTC or NTP ?

    sorry for my English.Best Regards.
    Hi
    This bug may be related to this one
    http://forums.opensuse.org/pre-relea...s-a7k-esp.html

    Can you check you BIOS time is correct?

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    Default Re: set date&time in suse11.2 m7

    To get around it quickly, enable NTP through Yast. That would solve matters about date and time. It's configuration is very simple, a couple of clicks, done. On reboot it will contact the NTP server for the right date and time.
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    Default Re: set date&time in suse11.2 m7

    I had this one 2

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    seinzeit NNTP User

    Default Re: set date&time in suse11.2 m7

    Thanks your replies.
    I have tried every means.After all I give up.I think that simple and steady is best on fundamental functions.I expect M8!

    See you again.

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    seinzeit NNTP User

    Default Re: set date&time in suse11.2 m7

    Hello
    In M8, this problem is cleared.
    But you need to re-run mkinitrd after install.


    for your information !

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    Default Re: set date&time in suse11.2 m7

    No, on M8 this problem remains. On my system (Germany) I'm two hours ahead after every reboot. Bios time is set correctly before bootin openSUSE 11.2
    Please fix this bug.

    Thank you,
    Gargi

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    Default Re: set date&time in suse11.2 m7

    Quote Originally Posted by HRGargi View Post
    No, on M8 this problem remains. On my system (Germany) I'm two hours ahead after every reboot. Bios time is set correctly before bootin openSUSE 11.2
    Please fix this bug.

    Thank you,
    Gargi
    Gargi, this forum is a user-staffed & populated forum. There is no guarantee a developer will see anything you write here. I can understand your frustration with this bug (I have suffered from the same bug) but this is not the place to ask for bugs to be fixed.

    Bugs should be reported at Novell's bugzilla bug tracker

    The same login you use for the openSUSE forums will work there. To fix your problem for now you need to run
    mkinitrd as superuser/administrator.
    Primary OS: openSUSE 11.4
    Testing OS: openSUSE 12.1
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    Default Re: set date&time in suse11.2 m7

    Quote Originally Posted by ReferenceSeete View Post
    Gargi, this forum is a user-staffed & populated forum. There is no guarantee a developer will see anything you write here. I can understand your frustration with this bug (I have suffered from the same bug) but this is not the place to ask for bugs to be fixed.

    Bugs should be reported at Novell's bugzilla bug tracker

    The same login you use for the openSUSE forums will work there.
    Further to ReferenceSeete's post, there is guidance here on how to submit a bug report: Submitting Bug Reports - openSUSE

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    Default Re: set date&time in suse11.2 m7

    Ah okay. So I'll look this evening if there is already a bugzilla report, otherwise I'll start a new one

    cu
    Gargi

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