fsck date problem during boot
On 6 Nov, Peter Humphrey wrote:
> On Thursday 05 November 2009 13:26:48 Neil Bothwick wrote:
>> On Thu, 5 Nov 2009 11:22:04 +0000, Peter Humphrey wrote:
>> > On my box I have both a standard amd64 system with kde-3.5 and a test
>> > system all ~amd64 with kde-4. If I boot into the standard system, then
>> > shut it down and boot into the test system within an hour of having
>> > started the standard system I get the same "in the future" error on
>> > every partition.
>> Have you checked the timezone settings in the two KDEs?
> I have systohc=yes in both (ignoring the case difference between baselayout
> versions) and I have clock=local in both (because there's a rarely used Win
> XP partition as well). The baselayout-1 system has TIMEZONE= (i.e.empty) but
> I can't see where to set the time zone in the baselayout-2 system.
echo "Europe/Berlin" >/etc/timezone
works here just fine (baselayout-2.0.1)
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