[Bug 781088] Re: Time is not syncronized with NTP-server

Craig Weber 781088 at bugs.launchpad.net
Mon Mar 5 08:30:31 UTC 2012


I'm having the same problem in 11.10; my clock is almost always 9 or 10
minutes fast. For me, it's been happening since I relocated from the
midwest (U.S.) to France. When I run ntpdate, I get the following:

someone at someone-UBook:~$ ntpdate
 5 Mar 09:35:46 ntpdate[14926]: no servers can be used, exiting

Occasionally, when I would manually change a setting with the time
applet on the unity bar (any setting, not necessarily the time), it
would update but be off at the next boot if not sooner. Can I do
anything to help?

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