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    Clock not displaying Daylight Saving Time

    Hello again all! @gohlip I checked the rcS file and that line was not there. I installed ntp package and it started working within seconds. I think, for simplicity, that I will just stick to that for now. Thank you all for great responses.
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    Clock not displaying Daylight Saving Time

    Hello! Sorry for the delay. I am certain that the tzdata is set correctly; to Stockholm, Europe. @bob yes you are quite right, I meant the other way around. I did your update and reconfig Charles, to no avail. @gohlip output is following: $ timedatectl Local time: lör 2016-11-12 19:00:30 CET Universal time: lör 2016-11-12 18:00:30 UTC RTC time: lör 2016-11-12 18:00:30 Time zone: Europe/Stockholm (CET, +0100) Network time on: yes NTP synchronized: no RTC in local TZ: no
  3. I have set up the time using tzdata setting up what timezone I live in. But here it is DLS now and the clock does not show it. If I enter date -ufc I get the correct time, but the clock shows one hour ahead. How would I go about solving this problem? Sincerely, Freece
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    Moksha settings not surviving restart

    Hmm sorry to say that it didn't work. Still crashed. But I didn't think of that I could just remove the gadget which worked fine.
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    Moksha settings not surviving restart

    Certainly! Ouput: Filesystem Size Used Avail Use% Mounted on udev 3,9G 0 3,9G 0% /dev tmpfs 789M 9,4M 779M 2% /run /dev/sda5 129G 14G 109G 11% / tmpfs 3,9G 72K 3,9G 1% /dev/shm tmpfs 5,0M 4,0K 5,0M 1% /run/lock tmpfs 3,9G 0 3,9G 0% /sys/fs/cgroup /dev/sda2 96M 29M 68M 30% /boot/efi tmpfs 789M 8,0K 789M 1% /run/user/1000 Some things seem to be unstable, now for example, I can close my lid without it dying. However I press the "Start button" -> Settings -> Settings Panel -> Extensions Tab -> Modules -> Pager -> Unload This leads to the settings being reset to the latest saved state. Edit: I am running Dual Boot with Windows 10 for work. Thank you. I really like this OS and am therefore willing to work some to get it working properly.
  6. I installed a fresh copy of BodhiLinux 4.0 stable just a few days ago and everything seemed fine. Today I updated Moksha(and 2 other things of which I do not remember) with eepDater which lead to many problems. Since I had not been using BodhiLinux a lot before the update I cannot say with 100% certainty that the problems arose after the update, but I am pretty sure. All settings I change revert after restart. When I close my lid, the computer dies instead of suspends. When I change things in the Extensions(not all things, specifically Pager) all settings reset. I find this very frustrating, but I am of course understanding. Any help with this would be much appreciated, or should I just wait for another update? Update: Apparently settings survive if I press Power off, but not when I select Reboot. Still, removing the Pager extension resets Moksha to the previously saved state since shutdown. Freece
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