I recently had a friend using Ubuntu who’s time/date was constantly being set back to UTC, much to her frustration.
Here’s how to change this behavior.
First, we’re going to modify (and make a backup of) your rcS file in the /etc/default directory.
sudo cp /etc/default/rcS /etc/default/rcS.bak
gksudo gedit /etc/default/rcS
Look for the line that says:
and change it to:
Now, save the file and go to System - Administration - Time and Date and set your info to the correct time and date.
Lastly let’s restart the hardware clock
sudo /etc/init.d/hwclock.sh restart
You should be at the correct time and date now.
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