[RndTbl] time off by 1 hour

Trevor Cordes trevor at tecnopolis.ca
Tue Nov 20 08:51:31 CST 2012

I have a rarely-on (media player) linux box that since the daylight
savings changeover (I think) always boots with the time off by 1 hour.
(I think it thinks it's 1 hour later than it really is.)

It's a modern(ish) Fedora 16 with the latest updates.  I can set the
clock correctly manually or with ntpdate and all is fine until reboot.
Then it's wrong again.  I am running ntpd on it to set the clock using
my own internal ntpd server that does keep correct time.  I did check
that the timezone was set to Americas/Winnipeg and the daylight savings
stuff all looks correct.  I use "system clock is set to GMT".

Such a silly problem, and I'm stumped!

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