>>Whenever my system boots up, it displays the incorrect time. When I
>>set the time manually through the GUI, the mouse stops working - i.e.
>>I cannot left click and drag. Nor am I able to perform any tasks which
>>require a click and drag motion. I have been trying to solve this
>>problem since quite some time but to no avail. The ntpd also fails.
>>Since my system has a lot of things which are time dependent, i would
>>really appreciate any help in solving this problem.
> Fix the Time in your BIOS. If that still results in an incorrect time, set
> your BIOS time to GMT and make sure you configured the correct Timezone.
If your clock is too far off, ntpd figures something is wrong and bails out.
You can tell it that it's allowed to do a big step once, but you're better
off fixing the problem first.
You don't say how far off the clock is, and whether or not you are
dual-booting with Microsoft.
1. migrating from red hat 8.0 to red hat 9.0
I maintain a linux system in my home ( RED HAT LINUX 8.0). There are
three users in the system. There are only three partitions in the
system: /bin, / and /swap. Everybody use the Gnome or KDE desktop
environment and use there own home directory to save their works.
I want to upgrade my system to RED HAT LINUX 9.0. I have decided to
carry on a full installation of RED HAT LINUX 9.0 after formatting the
partitions. Then I will copy the individual home directory of the
users which I regularly backup in CD-R. Will it work ? Will any user
lose their works or his/her settings ?
2. heterogeneous network backups
3. Red Hat 7.1 - Installing Red Hat packages after Red Hat is already installed.
4. Viper 550 PCI vs. 3dfx Voodoo3 2000 PCI (I need 1600@1200 with best overall 2D quality)
5. Problem logging in after upgradation from red hat 8 to red hat 9
6. Accessing server share from Windows and Linux
7. Dial-Up Problem with Red Hat 8.0
8. Wireless Communications Field Integration Engineer: CellNet Data Systems: San Carlos, CA
9. IP fragment re-assembly problem on Red Hat 8.0
10. Red Hat 8.0, MP3 and RPM problems
11. Problems installing Red Hat Linux 8.0
12. Problem With OpenSSH - Red Hat 8.0
13. Red hat 8.0 compiler problem