I think a combination of "hwclock" and "date" commands should do it for
you. Read the man pages. You can set the time/date with "date" and
then set the hardware clock to reflect this using "hwclock".
Jack Morgan wrote:
I'm having trouble setting my time on a Toshiba 2100cds. I did a clean
install of potato a week ago and the time reads Jan 1 1990? (1) How do I
change this? (2) How do I keep the time accurate when I turn off it off?
Thanks for any help
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