Re: Time Discrepency
Living in a country which switches the dayhours by 1 for winter and summer time, i'd guess one command get 'summertime' and the other reads the 'wintertime'.
One time is stored in bios, the other is displayed from system (whatever it may be), which stores your timezone and the according +/-X hr.
It then calculates the 'proper' time according to your settings done during installation.
My question to you is, why read the same value in 2 diffrent ways?
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