I've just installed a debian system, and just like the last time 10 years ago, it has b0rked my machine by assuming that my real time/hardware clock was using localtime, despite me not having told it so. It apparently based its decision on the simple existence of a NTFS filesystem on a partition.
I had to edit the
/etc/adjtime file by hand and change the
Is there some simple change that I can do to the ISO "net install" image to prevent it from doing that?
The installer from Debian 9.9.0 is switching directly to a graphical menu upon boot, so there's no command line where I may pass any options to it.
Don't tell me to use the "expert" mode; it may start asking me all kind of expert-level questions I may not have the answer to ;-)