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Ubuntu rtc time wrong
Battery backed RTC not keeping time. 273 views. ... but thought I'd maybe done something wrong, or had forgot to copy the clock back to the rtc. Haven't had chance to investigate further yet. ... Ubuntu and Fedora on the Minnow and they all exhibit this behavior. If it doesn't keep time in UEFI it surely won't in the distro.
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My RTC time on my Ubuntu 16.04 is going crazy. After a few minutes the RTC time is going totaly wrong. The strange thing is, if I disable NTP Service (timedatectl set-ntp false and service ntp stop) and fix the time once (hwclock -w) the RTC time is always correct. The local time (the really correct time) is always correct.
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Time offset: 0 ms RTC: local time Hardw. virt.ext: off Hardw. virt.ext exclusive: on Nested Paging: off Large Pages: off VT-x VPID: on State: powered off (since 2012-05-14T15:38:29.000000000) Monitor count: 1 3D Acceleration: off 2D Video Acceleration: off Teleporter Enabled: off Teleporter Port: 0 Teleporter Address:.
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Current default timezone: 'Europe/London' Local time is now: Sat Jul 11 22:03:02 BST 2009. Universal Time is now: Sat Jul 11 21:03:02 UTC 2009. [email protected]:~$ sudo ntpdate ntp.ubuntu.com 11 Jul 22:03:30 ntpdate : step time server 188.8.131.52 offset -14404.833448 sec. Now im in the UK now and its clearly only just gone 18:03..
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The first page found by my favorite www search engine on searching for "Ubuntu 18.04" date time format was Customize Time & Date Format in Ubuntu 18.04. As far as I know it is possible on Linux/Mac to set for every application individual date/time formats by setting appropriate environment variables before starting the application. NetTime is syncing, but the time is out by an hour - e.g. Daylight savings time isn't be honoured correctly: NetTime works internally with UTC (Universal Time) and doesn't have any code for handling daylight savings or time zones. As long as Windows is configured correctly, it should automatically handle daylight savings changes for you.
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1. Select your board, Setting the host, Download and compile uboot , dtb and and the Kernel version on your board. 2. Installing the Ubuntu core, Lubuntu graphics desktop version and/or Build your own Ubuntu rootfs with debootstrap. 3. Modify rootfs.