yes of course, you do use ntp, the clock runs correctly, good.

But that wasn't the issue I did ask for. Using "acpiwakeup", does need to set the hardware clock to UTC timezone.

So, if you don't live in Greenwich next to London or within this timezone at all, there should most probably be a difference between the hardware clock of your VDR and it's system time.

If your hw clock doesn't run at UTC time, you may see wakeup shifts like you did describe it. Some hours before or ahead, where ever you're living.

You can check RTC's time with the command "sudo hwclock" and check if it does run on UTC time, comparing to your systems time, according to "/etc/timezone".


PS.: IIRC it is possible to configure "acpiwakeup" not to need RTC in UTC, pls. check documentation for that ...

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