Patrick O'Callaghan wrote:
If it's what I encountered, then, yes :-) The KDE systemsettings
set time thingy does not work. You have to set the time using (as
timedatectl set-timezone "America/Edmonton"
Chose your time zone. This will create a link in /etc/localtime.
If you try to set it in KDE, this link will be deleted and you do
not want that.
You probably also want to use NTP, so:
timedatectl set-ntp 1
It helps to read the release notes ;-)