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The Unofficial Ubuntu Starter Guide
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Q: How to disable system time/date from being reset to UTC (GMT)?

  1. Read General Notes
  2. sudo cp /etc/default/rcS /etc/default/rcS_backup
    sudo gedit /etc/default/rcS
  3. Find this line
    ...
    UTC=yes
    ...
  4. Replace with the following line
    UTC=no
  5. Save the edited file (sample)
  6. System -> Administration -> Time and Date
    Set the correct time/date
  7. sudo /etc/init.d/hwclock.sh restart
The Unofficial Ubuntu Starter Guide
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