[ILUG-BOM] [INFO] Some Kubuntu 5.10 issues resolved
Arun K. Khan
Thu Mar 9 00:16:51 IST 2006
On Tue, 2006-03-07 at 14:11 -0800, Baishampayan Ghose wrote:
> That should help a bit by removing it from startup :) In case you want
> to sync your clock manually when online, do this --
> $ sudo ntpdate -bsu pool.ntp.org
and/or run a cron job every 'x' hours.
You can also sync. the CMOS clock after the above with
"hwclock --utc|--localtime --systohc." At next reboot the system time
will be fairly close to the time servers.
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