Can it really be so difficult to set the time??
Yesterday I booted into 64studio (I'm still running Version 2.2) and because daylight savings time had changed, 64studio added 1 hour to my desktop clock. Unfortunately, Windows XP (which is on a different partition) had already made the adjustment so my clock was now showing 11 o'clock when the actual time was 10 o'clock. I've tried opening 64studio's clock and resetting the time (and initially, it seems to work) but each time I reboot, the time always comes up an hour late. For whatever reason, setting the desktop clock doesn't seem to be setting the hardware clock. I don't think any external synchronisation is involved because because when I try to set my clock for automatic synchronisation it displays a message box saying that NTP support is not installed. Also, I can't find any setting to tell it to "stop adding a 'daylight savings' hour to the time". Any ideas how I can fix this problem?