Re: Night mare to set day light savings time
On Thursday 13 November 2003 13:31, Gary Hennigan wrote:
> This is all apart from the hardware/BIOS clock. The hardware clock
> only matters at boot time and shutdown time. Once you get the time set
> correctly in Linux you can synch your hardware clock using the
> hwclock --systohc
1. sync system clock to banchmark using NTP (ntpdate - The ntpdate client for
setting system time from NTP servers)
2. use command above
3. do this periodically with cron or aperiodically manually
4. forget about annoying timeshifts
Make clockwise circles with your right foot.
Now use your right hand to draw the number "6" in the air.