9.04 Jaunty - automagically setting the time
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Thu Nov 5 16:24:08 UTC 2009
On Thu, 05 Nov 2009 08:59:32 -0500
william drescher <william at TechServSys.com> wrote:
> My 9.04 server is gaining time. When I installed it, I thought
> I asked it to sync with a time server, but it obviously is not.
> What is the procedure to set it to sync daily ?
For a continually-running system, you want ntpd which continually
adjusts the clock, rather than rather than ntpdate which corrects on
Gently skewing it often is preferable to time-dependent apps than
massively jumping it occasionally.
apt-get install ntp-simple
will install and configure ntpd to use pool.ntp.org for you.
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