Re: fixing dates?
On Wed, 9 Apr 1997, Adam Shand wrote:
> >How do i permently fix a date on a debian system? Its set to GMT, should
> >i turn this off? Using date -s it works until the next reboot, then it
> >reverts to the wrong date again...?
> What I do is sync the clock from one of our servers using netdate and then
> use clock to set the BIOS clock so that it doesn't get reset on boot up.
> netdate time.domain.net | clock -w
> seems to do the trick with us.
Work for me to - after i tried it. Thanks, thsi fixed the problem.
> It's also a good idea to remove the -u in the /etc/init.d/boot (search for
> unless your clock is actually set to GMT.
Yes, i have done that, that GMT's a bitch :)
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