Summer Time on Manjaro

someone can tell the Manjaro DEVs a thing?
On Brazil do not have summer time anymore, the president canselled about 3 years ago and I can’t disable this on settings.
I put less 1 hour to have a precise clock, the clock add 1 hour automatic.

Localization is not a Manjaro-specific thing; it’s part of the upstream internationalization framework.

If you cannot disable daylight savings time in your settings, then you can try enabling NTP support. :arrow_down:

sudo systemctl enable --now systemd-timesyncd.service

This should automatically synchronize your clock with a time server.

Also make sure, if you’re dual-booting with Windows, that you set the hardware clock to “local time” and not to “GMT” or “UTC”. Otherwise, you’ll get an offset every time you’ve run Windows and are booting back into Manjaro.

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