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After I did an apt-get update/upgrade Monday I've had problem keeping
the time set properly on my computer. I have both ntpdate and
ntp-server installed, running a strictly Sid machine.
Originally I thought maybe it was my motherboard clock, since it was
the first time I had rebooted in a couple months. So I used hwclock to
set both the hardware clock and system clock. Before long the time was
a half hour fast again. I then stopped ntp-server and
deleted /etc/adjtime and /var/lib/ntp/ntp.drift, thinking it may be
what was throwing the time off. After restarting ntp-server though, it
was only about 30 minutes before my clock was a half hour fast again.
Now it's almost a full hour fast.
Anybody know what might be causing this? It's about to drive me up the
wall. I never realized how much I look at my computer clock until I
almost walked out the door to an appointment an hour early today. :-)
(At least it's an hour fast and not an hour slow.)
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