Hi there, I am having a weird issue with time in Manjaro that i cannot seem to find a solution for. I’m based in Mexico City, where this year they stopped changing from summer to winter… and this has been causing a few issues all around.
The main one now is that although my system time is correct and show correct, some apps still show the wrong time (1 hour ahead) - whatsapp-nativefier & zoho-cliq chat are two good examples.
Local time: Mon 2023-04-10 12:21:39 CST
Universal time: Mon 2023-04-10 18:21:39 UTC
RTC time: Mon 2023-04-10 18:21:39
Time zone: America/Mexico_City (CST, -0600)
System clock synchronized: yes
NTP service: active
RTC in local TZ: no
Any suggestion? this is doing my head-in! Thank you!
You didn’t say where you installed those applications from, but they are both available through the AUR, so I’m assuming that you’ve installed them from there, as opposed to Snap, FlatPak, Appimage or a vendor-supplied format.
The only thing I can therefore think of, given that you’re running Plasma, is to tell you to check whether the following KDE service is running and enabled at startup…
System Settings → Workspace → Startup and Shutdown → Background Services → Time Zone