Hey everybody, I’ve been scouring this forum for the last few days trying to figure out this bad-boy bug but I have come up short. First, some general information about the system I’m running:
OS: Manjaro Nabia 20.2 Nabia
Kernel: 5.4.72-1 MANJARO
Is installed on and being booted from a 128gB USB stick
Here’s what I have tried so far:
- I have edited the regedit of the windows installation of the laptop
- I have set the time manually in the BIOS
- I have ran just about every configuration of timedatectl
What happens, essentially, is that my clock is always running one hour behind the actual time.
Setting the time in BIOS fixes this problem for five minutes, and then it jumps back an hour again. The time on the Windows 10 installation on the PC is correct. Here’s what timedatectl returns:
Local time: Thu 2020-11-05 14:24:57 CET
Universal time: Thu 2020-11-05 13:24:57 UTC
RTC time: Thu 2020-11-05 13:24:57
Time zone: Europe/Stockholm (CET, +0100)
System clock synchronized: yes
NTP service: active
RTC in local TZ: no
The Local Time is correct, the Universal Time and RTC time is not. Setting
timedatectl local-rtc 1
timedatectl set-time “(the time)”
sets RTC time to be correct, but doesnt change the time on the clock widget in the top right.
I even tried setting the timezone to be one hour later than the one i am in, but again, this has had no effect on the system time. Most people manage to solve their issue within one or two commands, yet my timedatectl seems to be extremely stubborn.
Any ideas of what I could do? Thank you!