Re: USB to RCA and time server
Also try apt-get install ntp-simple
That will automatically keep the time when an internet connection exists.
use 0.country code.pool.ntp.org, 1.country code.pool.ntp.org, and 2.country code.pool.ntp.org
On 7/3/05, David Goodenough <email@example.com> wrote:
On Sunday 03 July 2005 21:18, Miroslav Maiksnar wrote:
> Dne ne 3. července 2005 20:37 gustavo halperin napsal(a):
> > Second, I have a little problem with the clock or time in my laptop,
> > maybe the
> > battery is dead. The problem is that after each suspend to memory the
> > clock loose the really hour. My question is: there are some program that
> > is in continuous check with some server that give the time ??
> # apt-get install ntpdate
> then insert nearest timeservers into /etc/default/ntpdate and add line
No, the value in this file should be set to pool.ntp.org
(and it is probably
set to this already) then you will be get cycled around a pool of suitable
servers. There is no need to select a server.
> /etc/init.d/ntpdate reload &
> into your suspend/resume script and maybe also in root's crontab.
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