I got a bit of a problem setting the time and the time zone.
The BIOS time is set correctly, but the time on the system tray is two hours early.
When I try the easy way (system settings > time and date) I get the error:
Unable to authenticate/execute the action: 4,
The same when I try to let it synchronize with a timeserver.
I set the timezone in .profile
TZ='Europe/Amsterdam'; export TZ
and loged out and back in. No difference. So I tried (as root)
root@siduxbox:/home/razgorov# date -s 21:24
Tue Sep 28 21:24:00 CEST 2010
loged out, back in... nothing.
The time printed in with uptime is set correctly, so it seems to be a quirk in KDE or something.
21:28:14 up 5:22, 3 users, load average: 0.73, 0.72, 0.88
So I am a bit out of options. Does anyone have an idea for me?