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Nice question! The script below creates a logfile: ~/viewport_log.txt in your home directory, where it reports the current session's viewport (workspace) usage time per viewport. The report is updated once per two seconds, looking like (in a quick run): workspace1 0:00:24 workspace2 0:00:05 workspace6 0:00:04 workspace8 0:00:05 in the format ...


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See if you have a file /etc/ntp.conf, then see if this file contains line starting with the keyword 'server' (without the quotes of course). If you have this then the time will be regularly synchronized with timeservers. If you don't have this file then no time keeping service is installed. To install ntpd, from a terminal prompt enter: sudo apt-get ...


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From response #7 on this post I found that I could run the command sudo ntpdate pool.ntp.org which would force the machine to sync the time. This seems to have corrected the time displayed but I am not sure the effect on the system time or if it will remain after rebooting.


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You have a VFAT check on your boot that is taking 10s before file systems can be mounted. To get rid of these 10 seconds use one of the following two solutions: If the VFAT partition is a removable disk, attach it to a Windows machine and run a chkdsk /f on that drive under Windows If you don't have a Windows machine, download FreeDOS, install it on a ...


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Well - your issue isn't really that much descriptive, but anyway for proper time handling I'd recommend, first of all, two things: proper time zone settings using ntp to make sure local time doesn't go off - hardware clock (also the time presented by supervisor to guest systems with it) can drift over time. Anyway - if that doesn't help yet with your ...


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If you are using systemd the command that will rectify your problem is timedatectl set-local-rtc 1 This will set the accessing/storing of time in local time If you are using upstart, edit /etc/default/rc5 by adding/changing this line: UTC=no


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You need to configure the date/time applet. sudo dpkg-reconfigure --frontend noninteractive tzdata And then get Unity to reload it. sudo killall unity-panel-service



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