On Wed, 8 Sep 2004 21:12:34 +0200, Paul Akkermans
> I have just a simple problem. During installation of my Debian system I did not set the correct time on my Debian system. Does anybody know how I can do this without having to install the entire Debian system again?
If you selected the wrong timezone, try tzselect .
If you set the system clock incorrectly, you can fix it by sync'ing to
a time server:
/usr/sbin/rdate -s your.favorite.ntp.server
Search Google for "public NTP servers" to get a list of potential
"your.favorite.ntp.server". Only use Stratum-2 servers, though.
Michael A. Marsh
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