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SubjectRe: Wrong clock initialization
David Balazic wrote:

> As almost nobody runs their clock in UTC, this means that the system
> is running on wrong time until some userspace tool corrects it.


I run my clocks in UTC - the MS approach of keeping the system clock in
local time (and having to change it twice a year, or when I'm
travelling, or....) is too much of a pain in the ass.


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