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Re: [tlug] Ubuntu 13.10 clock problems (was: Ibus and Ubuntu based)

Since Ubuntu 13.10 issues have been raised here, please let me query to see if anyone else has experienced a problem that I'm having. I have asked on a couple of Ubuntu forums, and gotten no response.

All 6 computers in my project being used by me and my assistants (various makes and models, desktops and laptops) are running Kubuntu/Windows7 dual-boot.

In every case, after upgrading from 13.04 to 13.10, a clock discrepancy problem has arisen between the two OS's:[1] Each time after I run Kubuntu, when I start Windows, the clock is set to 9 hours earlier--apparently UTC, even though the time indicator says it's Tokyo time, and so I have to reset it manually.

When I run Kubuntu, it shows the right local Japan time, and indicates that it's local time, not UTC. And I can't find anything in System Settings where this can be played with. I assume that it's a temporary bug, but if anyone's got any suggestions, I'd be delighted to hear them.




[1] I didn't notice that this was happening until a couple of days after I had upgraded all of them. Otherwise, I would have certainly stopped. :-(

A. Charles Muller

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