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On busybox, the 3 liner above didn't work, so here is my way to calculate it one off (replace 1628880.0 with your dmesg timestamp): perl -e '@a=split(`/proc/uptime`);print scalar(localtime(time()+$a - 1628880.0)."\n");'
In Ubuntu 14.04, none of the above solutions worked for me, but I ended up running the following command, which pulls up an interface where the timezone can be changed from the default (none selected) to something more specific: sudo dpkg-reconfigure tzdata First, you're prompted to select the continent, (i.e. America, Asia, etc) and then the city, which ...
The issue was a clock out of sync on the Domain Controller which was causing the centrify client to update its clock incorrectly. The option adclient.sntp.enabled: false in centrify.conf disables clock syncing to the domain.
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