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GNOME clock applet. Grr.
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    GNOME clock applet. Grr.

    For some reason, the GNOME clock applet is three hours fast. In KDE, I can change this no problem. I can't change the time in GNOME. I changed the time with the 'date' command, and still the clock in GNOME is three hours fast. Any ideas?

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    Re:GNOME clock applet. Grr.

    Check it out, that is a nested root login. and me logged in. Grr.
    I know root is superuser and all, but I can't have the correct time? WTF.

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    Re:GNOME clock applet. Grr.

    That's really bizarre. I believe Gnome System Tools has the ability to sync with time servers. Does that help the problem, or does it just read the local copy and add 3 hours? If it does the latter, then I have no idea man...that's just weird!

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    Re:GNOME clock applet. Grr.

    Do you have your local for the system set to GMT ? Or GNOME set to GMT ?

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    Re:GNOME clock applet. Grr.

    I have my local for the system set to americas/Halifax. Frig this is weird. I logged in under KDE (as root and stuart) and it did the same thing, so I set the clock back 3 hours. *shakes head* I will never understand that.

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