You may need to find drivers for your killer network card. The chipset may not be getting set up 100% correct and flaking out after a time. The timezone issue may be GMT vs UTC conflict. I don't know for sure I am just offering an idea on both points.
drivers for killer network cards does not exists, for what I know
they have been embedded in new kernel releases so there should not be problems
for older kernel on killer network site there is a guide to patch alx module
the problem seems to concern randomly 4.0 bodhi version too
On my desktop have both 4.0 and recently installed 4.2.
On 4.0 sometimes lost connection then after 10 minutes or so reconnect automatically
networkmanager report the connection up for the first 9 minutes, but browsers and ping
respond with "network unreachable". When network manager too recognize the lost connection
in a few seconds it reconnects.
( anyone knows if is there a way to reset network manager manually ? like service networkmanager stop & then start ? )
On 4.2 the problem is more serious because it happens, for what I tried, after a few minutes from boot and had no
About timezones, it's everything correct, for what I saw. Googled and found in /etc
lrwxrwxrwx 1 root root 31 ago 1 20:12 localtime -> /usr/share/zoneinfo/Europe/Rome
but clock is at every reboot 2 hours ahead and even setting it correctly at the following
reboot it's still ahead