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Thread: System refuses to set time correctly at boot

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    Default System refuses to set time correctly at boot

    Every time I boot my laptop it sets the time an hour ahead of what it actually is. I rebooted and checked to see what the computer itself thinks the time is and that has it correct in the BIOS. However, every single piggin' time I boot up, I have to right click on the clock and set it an hour back. Please don't suggest NTP, because I don't have Internet while on site on this laptop (it's my laptop and I cannot connect to the company network).

    I'm running 12.3 with KDE in case that's relevant. Anyone know why it refuses to remember the time on shutdown, why it refuses to take the computer's time from hardware and what I can do to fix this please?

    Thanks!

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    Default Re: System refuses to set time correctly at boot

    Double post. This thread is CLOSED.

    All interested, please go to: https://forums.opensuse.org/english/...-into-kde.html
    Henk van Velden

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