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I have a desktop PC with Fedora, Ubuntu and Windows installed and grub used for multibooting. But time in Fedora is always 5 hours behind. If I change the time in Fedora, then Windows and Ubuntu will be 5 hours ahead of the current time. I don't understand how to fix it.

Any ideas? All the timezone settings in Fedora, Ubuntu and Windows are the same.

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You use UTC instead of localtime or vica versa (in Fedora that is).

Check /etc/sysconfig/clock for settings. (use sudo gedit /etc/sysconfig/clock)

Oh, there is a cute howto also:

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I fixed this problem in Fedora 12 by choosing System | Administration | Date & Time | Time Zone, unticking 'System clock uses UTC' and then adjusting the time correctly.

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