Every time I boot Gnome 3.8 my time reflects UTC. It is not until after about 5 minutes or so does the time fix itself into the correct timezone.
I believe this might be caused by the WiFi not being up when Gnome tries to figure out the time. I have ntpd and NetworkManager.service (not dhcpcd) enabled with systemd. My /etc/localtime is correctly set to symbolically link to America/Los_Angeles.
Another small glitch is the weather plugin exhibits the same behavior. It shows a question mark until after WiFi link is up, then I must manually hit reload.
Is there any way to get these services to wait for NetworkManager or otherwise display the correct time?
Last edited by maletor (2013-04-28 18:14:09)
[2013-04-27 19:40] [PACMAN] Running 'pacman -Rns networkmanager-dispatcher-ntpd'