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    dhaight
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    Random Date and Time

    I have been running Red Hat Linux 7.2 for over a year with no problems entill this last week. For some unknown reason the date and time started changing. The latest change was 8/5/2020. The system seems to be changing three to four times a day.

    How can I fix this.



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