Re: system time
From: Rodolfo J. Paiz (rpaiz_at_simpaticus.com)
To: firstname.lastname@example.org Date: Thu, 23 Oct 2003 23:57:54 -0600
At 23:27 10/23/2003, you wrote:
>I am a new bie to redhat linux.
>I have a problem regarding system time .The problem is
>that, I have to set system time at everyday.When set the system time
>using date command the time is set but after some time it is changed .
>Thanks in advance
Can you tell us how it changes? Remember that we cannot see and cannot
guess your situation and circumstances. Also, a little about which version
of Red Hat Linux you are running, and how you configured your clock, would
help. Try to post the contents of /etc/sysconfig/clock if you have such a file.
If your timezone and date settings are correct, run the command "ntpdate
sundial.columbia.edu" as root and it should set the time and date
correctly. If that does work, then the command "hwclock --systohc" will set
the hardware clock to be equal to the system time.
If both of those work, and it still changes, post again and give more
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