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Redhat9 Date/Time Wrong

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Something wierd happen to my pc server redhat9...

My time on the system is totally wrong...i try to change it and reboot to see either it change or not...after boot up the process and entering the system...the time is still wrong...

then i go to my bios setting and set the time...but after system boot up...the time still wrong...

what happen actually?
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blkline earned 160 total points
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As root:

redhat-config-date

     ensure that you check the correct time zone  and "system clock uses UTC".
   
Reboot your computer, set the BIOS clock to UTC time.

Once system is up:

rm /etc/adjtime
rdate -s clock.psu.edu ; hwclock --systohc

That should get everything up correctly.
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thank you
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