> Somehow my system clock is showing the correct time in MacOS but four
> hours earlier in Linux. (Perhaps this is DayLinux Savings Time?) "Time
> Tool" just gives an error message. I think there must be some time zone
> setting that is wrong but I'm not sure where to look.
Looks like your time zone is right, but linux thinks your clock is
running on Universal Time (=GMT), whereas Apple clocks are running on
local time. If you want to correct this by hand, make sure your
/etc/sysconfig/clock looks like
The first line is some city from your time zone, the second tells linux
that you are not on Universal Time, and the third one has no importance
If you set this using setup or timeconfig, make sure that "hardware
clock set to GMT" is *not* checked.