Mandriva changes time in Sabayon and Fedora? SOLVED!
When I log out of Mandriva and boot into my Fedora or Sabayon partition the time gets changed in Fedora or Sabayon from local time to UTC. Any ideas as to what could cause this? To my knowledge all my Linux partitions [also Suse] are set to Hardware Time=UTC Local Time=USA MST. How do I check this in Mandriva? Does not happen when I boot out of Mandriva into Suse partition or any other permutation I've come up with. Also I don't know if this is something Mandriva is doing or something about how Fedora and Sabayon start ntp or ntpd or something else???
What I also need is the equivalent to 'dmesg' for what Mandriva is doing when I boot out of it?
By the way what is the link for one of those sites that let you store long lines of code and link to them with a http link???
ALL AMD64, Fedora 10 KDE, Mandriva PWP 2009.0, openSuse 11.0 & 11.1
AMD64 X2 4800+ : 4x1GB DDR2 800 : GeForce 6150 256MB : ASUS M2NPV-VM : HD-2x320GB
Last edited by popatopalous; 9th January 2008 at 08:19 PM.
Reason: Problem Solved.