help me to correct the time - Redhat

This is a discussion on help me to correct the time - Redhat ; Hi: Here are the command outputs: under root: root>> date Sat May 7 08:45:34 CDT 2005 root>> clock Sat 07 May 2005 08:46:12 AM CDT -0.255696 seconds These results are correct. under user: user>> date Sat May 7 13:40:14 UTC ...

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    Hi:
    Here are the command outputs:
    under root:
    root>> date
    Sat May 7 08:45:34 CDT 2005
    root>> clock
    Sat 07 May 2005 08:46:12 AM CDT -0.255696 seconds
    These results are correct.

    under user:
    user>> date
    Sat May 7 13:40:14 UTC 2005 <=== this is in UTC
    user>> clock
    Sat 07 May 2005 08:40:07 AM UTC -0.260498 seconds <=== this should say
    CST instead of UTC

    I realized this because the file time stamps were incorrect.

    Here is /etc/sysconfig/clock, it is correct.
    root>> cat /etc/sysconfig/clock
    ZONE="America/Chicago"
    UTC=false
    ARC=false

    How can correct this?
    Any help, or pointing to a readme file will be appreciated, I have googled
    to no avail.
    I use RH9 with all the updates.

    Thanks:
    Masoud

  2. Re: help me to correct the time

    Masoud Pajoh wrote:
    > Hi:
    > Here are the command outputs:
    > under root:
    > root>> date
    > Sat May 7 08:45:34 CDT 2005
    > root>> clock
    > Sat 07 May 2005 08:46:12 AM CDT -0.255696 seconds
    > These results are correct.
    >
    > under user:
    > user>> date
    > Sat May 7 13:40:14 UTC 2005 <=== this is in UTC
    > user>> clock
    > Sat 07 May 2005 08:40:07 AM UTC -0.260498 seconds <=== this should say
    > CST instead of UTC
    >
    > I realized this because the file time stamps were incorrect.
    >
    > Here is /etc/sysconfig/clock, it is correct.
    > root>> cat /etc/sysconfig/clock
    > ZONE="America/Chicago"
    > UTC=false
    > ARC=false
    >
    > How can correct this?
    > Any help, or pointing to a readme file will be appreciated, I have googled
    > to no avail.
    > I use RH9 with all the updates.
    >
    > Thanks:
    > Masoud

    Hey first of all are you running the GUI or just the prompt?

    If you can use the GUI right-click on the clock and selecte Preferences,
    and deselect use UTC.

    Hope it helps,

    Adrian

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