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  1. #1
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    Reboot problem + timezone reset after miraculous reboot

    Good evening,


    My issue is the following :


    I can change the time without problem on restart with kalipi-config and ntpdate but before installing the kali-linux-all pack.


    But as soon as I install the kali-linux-all pack and change the time after installing it.


    Well there I can no longer restart kali linux, it freezes at startup after the command line "random cng init done"




    And even when I manage to restart as best I can and the time to change


    I don't understand why the pack changes the time when I had set it correctly.


    After a miraculous reboot the time returned to February 14, 2019 and the date and time language in the upper right became bizarre.


    I'm totally overwhelmed and I've been looking for a solution for days.


    Thank you


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  2. #2
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    Try this for address boot problem,,,

    apt-get install haveged
    systemctl enable haveged
    reboot

    I guess this is a problem related with random number generation...


    And I think you can set timezone with "timedatectl" command.

    timedatectl show (this command prints your current timezone setting)
    timedatectl list-timezones (you can list timezones to search your actual timezone)
    timedatectl set-timezone Zone (you can change to new 'Zone')

  3. #3
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    2019-Dec
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    Good evening,

    The havegen did not improve the start, it's always a bit of a hassle.

    Here is the screenshot of kali-linux after making the above commands:

    20200113_205337.jpg

    Thank you

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    Quote Originally Posted by jeremyiron View Post
    Try this for address boot problem,,,

    apt-get install haveged
    systemctl enable haveged
    reboot

    I guess this is a problem related with random number generation...


    And I think you can set timezone with "timedatectl" command.

    timedatectl show (this command prints your current timezone setting)
    timedatectl list-timezones (you can list timezones to search your actual timezone)
    timedatectl set-timezone Zone (you can change to new 'Zone')

  4. #4
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    Hello,
    I executed the "timedatectl" commands and after having laboriously restarted, the time returned to February 14, 2019.

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