Re: NTP wont work as box is at 1980.
Ben Edwards wrote:
I have a box which will not keep the time. Every time I shut it down it
looses the time and goes back to 1980. I thought ntpd was the answer
but as the difference between the system(pc) and the actual(ntp) time is
so great it won't work.
So how can I get ntpd to set time WHATEVER the system time is,
regardless if it is 1980.
Why not just replace the BIOS battery? That way you won't lose the time
when you shutdown.
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