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David Roguin 02-08-2012 12:23 PM

date is wrong
 
On Sun, 2012-12-09 at 09:42 -0300, David Roguin wrote:
> Hi,
>
> Today when i boot my notebook, the date and time is utterly wrong.
>
> $date
> Sun Dec 9 09:39:14 ART 2012
>
> real date should be Wed Feb 09:32 art 2012
>
> Anyone else experienced something like that? I've tried to manually set
> the time via gnome settings but nothing happened.
>
> Thanks.


Fixed it by installing ntp package :)


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Mika Suomalainen 02-09-2012 09:09 AM

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Hi,

Try syncing time from some ntp server.

First install ntpdate if you do not have it already.
> aptitude install ntp
Then run it
> ntpdate pool.ntp.org
(Run both commands as root.)

David Roguin <nesdavid@gmail.com> wrote:

>Hi,
>
>Today when i boot my notebook, the date and time is utterly wrong.
>
>$date
>Sun Dec 9 09:39:14 ART 2012
>
>real date should be Wed Feb 09:32 art 2012
>
>Anyone else experienced something like that? I've tried to manually set
>the time via gnome settings but nothing happened.
>
>Thanks.
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>David
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Mika Suomalainen
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Jeroen van Aart 02-09-2012 07:01 PM

date is wrong
 
David Roguin wrote:

real date should be Wed Feb 09:32 art 2012

Anyone else experienced something like that? I've tried to manually set
the time via gnome settings but nothing happened.


The following should sync and set your hardware clock:

sudo apt-get install rdate
sudo rdate -s timeserver.example.com && hwclock --systohc

timeserver.example.com of course should be replaced with an address of a
working time server.


Greetings,
Jeroen

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Mika Suomalainen 02-09-2012 07:32 PM

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I am having a problem with the first email with this subject. Iẗ́'s
sent at 09.12.2012 14:42.
This is a problem, because Icedove and K9 Mail but it to the top of
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Is there any other way to get it below than waiting until 09.12.2012
14:43?

On 09.12.2012 14:42, David Roguin wrote:
> Hi,
>
> Today when i boot my notebook, the date and time is utterly wrong.
>
> $date Sun Dec 9 09:39:14 ART 2012
>
> real date should be Wed Feb 09:32 art 2012
>
> Anyone else experienced something like that? I've tried to manually
> set the time via gnome settings but nothing happened.
>
> Thanks.

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David Roguin 12-09-2012 11:42 AM

date is wrong
 
Hi,

Today when i boot my notebook, the date and time is utterly wrong.

$date
Sun Dec 9 09:39:14 ART 2012

real date should be Wed Feb 09:32 art 2012

Anyone else experienced something like that? I've tried to manually set
the time via gnome settings but nothing happened.

Thanks.
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