gods-servant at sbcglobal.net
Mon Feb 11 07:08:38 UTC 2008
Peter Garrett wrote:
> On Tue, 05 Feb 2008 17:28:17 -0600
> Willis Taylor <gods-servant at sbcglobal.net> wrote:
>>> In any case you should configure your system to use ntpd to sync time with
>>> time servers on the internet.
>> That sounds like a great idea but since I'm new to Linux can you
>> enlighten me as to how, please?
> In Gnome ( the default Ubuntu desktop), right click the clock top right
> and select "Adjust Date & Time", then select "Configuration - Keep
> synchronised with Internet servers."
> You'll be prompted for your password.
> Select maybe 3 Time Servers near you - don't go mad and select all the
> servers in the list :) Having more than one is OK - if any of them go
> offline, the system will use the others. There's an Ubuntu one at the
> bottom of the list that you might want to include as one of your choices.
> That's about it - just close the dialogue and you should get regular time
> adjustments from now on...
Thanks for the help but when I tell it to install the NTP software it
says it needs I receive the following;
W: Failed to fetch
Could not connect to localhost:4001 (127.0.0.1). - connect (111
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