Ok so here is the deal: I have been using an HP Mini 110 netbook and have pimped it out with Windows 7, Windows XP, Ubuntu NBR, and OS X Leopard. Everything runs great, except for a glitch with the times: When I switch from Linux to Windows or OS X to Windows, the time is messed up (ie. if it says 5:04 PM in OS X, when I reboot to Windows it goes to something like 8:04 AM). Now this isn't really a problem, as I can just go in and update the time from an internet time server like time-a.nist.gov in each operating system, but this is getting to be a MAJOR hassle every time I switch OS's. So, I was wondering if there was any way to automate this with a batch command file (I know in Windows this would obviously be a .bat file, and in linux I think you can run any text file in terminal, but I am unfamiliar with OS X, would it be possible through that thing Applescript?) If I can just figure out what commands in each OS would allow me to update the time this way, I know how I can make them run at startup, or at least just pin them to the desktop of each OS. I'm not even sure this is possible in all OS's, but I've had little luck on google and any help would be greatly apprectiated.