On 06/12/2015 12:55 PM, Chris Adams wrote: > Once upon a time, jd1008 <jd1008 at gmail.com> said: >> My system clock is running on Standard Mountain time, and so is >> my HW clock. >> I do not set the HW clock to Universal time. >> Why is this a problem? >> My clock is just a few seconds skewed from actual time, >> depending on the system load. > Here's the timestamp of your message: > > Date: Sat, 13 Jun 2015 12:54:30 -0600 > > It is actually about 86400 seconds ahead... > My computer clock is only seconds ahead of my phone, which is timed to the cellular provider's ntp server. My system time shows pretty muc same time as other local clocks and watches with people around me. So, not sure how I can change that. Our time here is the Mountain Standard Time with DST (ala Denver, Coloado, USA). My "location" in the system clock is set to MST. OS's TZ is set to MST7DST But in the summer DST makes it -0600 instead of -0700 ??? Not sure.