Re: how to set correct time, using debian wheezy with LXDE
On Mon, 2012-04-30 at 12:39 -0500, Kjetil brinchmann Halvorsen wrote:
> I am using debian wheezy (amd-64), with LXDE.
> My problem is that the computer clock is WRONG. Which program should I
> install so that I
> can fix time (definig tz, etc), with LXDE?
> "If you want a picture of the future - imagine a boot stamping on the
> human face - forever."
> George Orwell (1984)
1. Take care about /etc/default/rcS, there's an entry UTC=yes or UTC=no.
It should fit to the way you handle the clock.
2. Install and run ntpdate as superuser: ntpdate -u ntp.favey.ch
It automatically will set time and date.