Ubuntu time not updating
The update process can take some time to complete and some steps may take longer than others.
My date is always correct, but my time is always wrong. Location settings are correct, time zone settings are correct.
Ubuntu Forums has several similar reports, but no pattern has emerged: some machines applied DST, some didn't.
If so, I think this can be fixed by adding "hwclock" to the STOP_SERVICES line of /etc/default/"mysql hwclock " Possibly it would be good for the system clock to be saved to the hardware clock explicitly whenever there's a DST transition (and the hardware clock is storing local time rather than UTC), so the fact of the transition can't be forgotten by suspend/hibernated at the actual moment of the daylight savings transition?
Example: Right now it is am, but my clock in Windows says pm. When I select to keep time manually, (turning off the autosync) It is fine. When I select to automatically have windows set my time, it is fine. I've gotten to where I keep a clock next to my computer, and fix the time each time I boot into windows.....
Here is the situation: My system is dual bootable, Ubuntu or Windows 10.
It is currently 2228UTC and 0828EST, but: $ date Sun Mar 25 EST 2007 $ sudo zdump -v /etc/localtime | grep 2007 /etc/localtime Sat Mar 24 2007 UTC = Sun Mar 25 2007 EST isdst=1 gmtoff=39600 /etc/localtime Sat Mar 24 2007 UTC = Sun Mar 25 2007 EST isdst=0 gmtoff=36000 /etc/localtime Sat Oct 27 2007 UTC = Sun Oct 28 2007 EST isdst=0 gmtoff=36000 /etc/localtime Sat Oct 27 2007 UTC = Sun Oct 28 2007 EST isdst=1 gmtoff=39600 Relevant info: 1.
the computer has its hardware clock set to local time (dual boot with Windows) 2.