If you are using Windows, make sure UTC is uncheck and select the
timezone (any CST - central standard timezone will do). >Under "Network
Time Protocol" tab check:
[x] Enable Network Time Protocol
Further down, click on "Show advanced options" and check only the >top
[x] Synchronize system clock before starting service
[ ] use local time source
Bring up the "Terminal" to restart the NTP service under the >command
# NOTE: this is redundant but, it will test whether your time will >remain
on time upon reboot.
Thank you for the post. I tried the instructions and the same results. I
am beginning to think this is a gnome clock applet display bug something
like it is using the wrong timezone to display the date.