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Ok, this was because of my stupid mistake. I was doing something like this in my script. ln -sf /usr/share/zoneinfo/ /etc/localtime Changing to the following fixed the issue. ln -sf /usr/share/zoneinfo/Etc/UTC /etc/localtime


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I'm dual booting windows 10 and remix os and simply following only the guide for windows has worked for me both times are correct. I used the command line to add you script also as it was easier


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Without knowing which OS you're running, I'll assume it's either XP or W2K. Try re-registering the Time Service by typing the following commands at the command prompt (Start | Run | Type cmd, and click OK), and hitting ENTER after each... net stop w32time w32tm.exe /unregister w32tm.exe /register net start w32time Resource -> ...



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