Bug#659937: initscripts: Wheezy on Dual boot configuration shows wrong time Date: Wed, 15 Feb 2012 08:21:34 +0100

Pierre Ynard linkfanel at yahoo.fr
Fri Mar 8 18:41:07 GMT 2019

tags 659937 moreinfo

The UTC variable is not in use anymore - /etc/adjtime is used now. I'm
pretty sure this issue is not within the scope of initscripts.

What do the commands `hwclock --show` and `date -R` return? What do the
files /etc/adjtime and /etc/timezone contain?

> Installation has not been through new installation but through
> dist-upgrade from squeeze to wheezy.

Did the problem appear only after the migration, was the time fine
before? Does the problem still persist in any way now, or is it solved?
If so, there's not much we can do now about an old migration problem.

Pierre Ynard

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