I have a dual-boot system, running XP Pro and Debian linux.\nAfter switching from the Debian stable release ("sarge") to the\ntesting version ("etch"), I kept seeing a message on linux boot\nabout "Superblock last write time is in the future. Fix? yes".\n\nThe boot proceeds normally after that, but I don't like\ninexplicable error messages, so I did some searching on the net.\nApparently, it had something to do with my bios clock being set\nto local time, rather than UTC. The recommended "fix" was to\nset the bios clock to UTC, which I did. However, when running\nXP, my system clock will periodically reset itself to the\nhardware clock, and the time jumps ahead four hours.\n\nI found some articles about a registry key called\n"RealTimeIsUniversal", and I tried that, but it didn't help. I\ndisabled the Windows Time Service, since I use a third-party\napplication to synchronize my system clock to 0.us.pool.ntp.org\na few times per day, but something is still resetting the system\ntime to the bios clock every so often.\n\nIs there a way I can get these two operating systems to agree on\nhow to set a clock?