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The problem is Etc/UTC, that defines GMT-1 as one hour ahead of Greenwich (so in the east) and GMT+1 as one hour behind (so in the west), doing it in the opposite way as UTC does. I refer you to this discussion on Stack Overflow for more detailed explanations. So, I suggest that you change your timezone to UTC+1 or, better, to something like CET, so that ...
In your Lubuntu main menu there is an entry called Time and Date under System Tools. Select this and then a new Window will open. Select Unlock. You will be asked for your password. Under configuration select Manual. Make your adjustments and then close.
If you don't want to use sudo: sleep time; dbus-send --system --print-reply \ --dest="org.freedesktop.UPower" \ /org/freedesktop/UPower \ org.freedesktop.UPower.Hibernate *time is in seconds.
Use sleep or at: sleep 60; pm-hibernate at now + 1 minute <<<pm-hibernate
I'd guess that there are a few LC_* lines in /etc/default/locale which set respective locale category to something else but en_US.UTF-8. One way, if you want your system completely in English, is to edit that file, and remove those lines.
The ntp service is probably running and using the port try the following from terminal and let me know if it worked sudo service ntp stop sudo ntpdate -s time.nist.gov sudo service ntp start
This depends on the locale. E.g I have set my locale under System settings --> language support --> Regional formats to Greek and the week begins on Monday
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