A RTC is a hardware clock. "RTC in local TZ: yes" only indicates, that
the RTC would have been in local TZ. The alternative is UTC. Please
check the warning for more information.
If you want a bit of time improvement without buying a RTC (and
configuring it...), you can use systemd-timesyncd. It basically writes
the current time periodically to a file. It also writes the time very
late on shutdown to that file and gets the time from that file at
Am 31.01.2017 um 21:29 schrieb linux guy:
Then why do I get the warning ? Why does it say RTC in local TZ ?