Time Date inaccurate after booting up Haiku
|Reported by:||cebif||Owned by:||axeld|
|Component:||Preferences/Time & Date||Version:||R1/pre-alpha1|
|Has a Patch:||no||Platform:||All|
After booting up Haiku the Time and Date has changed. I have to reset it correctly. For example after my last boot the time was 11:04 AM and the Date was 15th March when it should have been 12:04 PM and 16th March, New Zealand time. I am not certain how to reproduce this but it is either caused after having a long session in one of my other operating systems or booting from cold. My other operating systems are Ubuntu 7.10 and BeOSR5.05 Bone. On booting into R5.05 Bone I frequently find exactly the same bug. I don't know if R5.05 Bone is causing the problem in Haiku or the other way around or they both have the same bug. I will do some more testing, by not booting into one of them for a sufficient period and see if the problem occurs in one or both of them. Also I will not mount the other while I have one in session. Sometime I find even Ubuntu 7.10 time has become inaccurate but a lot less than Haiku or BeOS5.05 Bone. The time setting in my BIOS is set at 24 hour GMT +12 hours. It is always accurate. I was testing with hrev24393.