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Re: time

> how do I set the CMOS time from the system time? -- when the system
> reboots, the time is incorrect and is too far off track that xntp3 won't
> set it..

I myself use the following command sequence as soon as go on-line:

    /usr/sbin/netdate -b -s
    /sbin/clock -uw

Running netdate is anyway recommended before starting xntp and
clock -w sets your CMOS clock from the system time (clock -uw in case
it set to universal rather than local time).

Alex Y.

> -Paul

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