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Re: ntp won't set clock [Was clock.redhat.com question]



On Don, 2004-05-13 at 16:17, Corné Beerse wrote:
> Hence, use `date` (or `ntpdate`) to set the time reasonable, then restart ntp.

ntpdate is deprecated; use ntpd -q instead

> Then, use `hwclock` to update the bios time (this also happens on shutdowns).

hwclock --systohc to be precise

Tom



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