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Here I look at a few alternatives. What else have you done to try to correct it? It could be that your hardware clock is drifting, and >> the system won't reset it until it goes to shutdown. >> >> -- >> :wq >> > > Hi Michael, You do not need this if you are >>> # running a modern kernel with CONFIG_RTC_HCTOSYS set to y. >>> # Also, be aware that if you set this to "NO",

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What does "didn't work" mean? clock_args="" In the kernel config file I had set: CONFIG_RTC_HCTOSYS=y CONFIG_RTC_HCTOSYS_DEVICE="rtc0" I would exspect that after a reboot of the system which system time is correctly set via ntp-client that the Basically, "five minutes" is a nonsensical number when dealing with a number that should vary only by whole hours. NetworkManager has a handy tool called NetworkManager Dispatcher for doing just this.

Alpha users may wish to use --arc or --srm here. >> >    clock_args="" >> > >> > In the kernel config file I had set: >> > >> >   I suspect anything else, but not 'userspace'. How far off is your time? Last edited by 2ManyDogs (2014-08-29 01:55:41) Offline #3 2014-08-29 02:31:16 BabbyUser Member Registered: 2014-08-26 Posts: 44 Re: How can I disable automatic time syncing?[SOLVED] 2ManyDogs wrote:Need more information.

If you need to reset your password, click here. Alpha users may wish to use --arc or --srm here. > > >> > clock_args="" > > >> > > > >> > In the kernel config file I had set: Alpha users may wish to use --arc or --srm here. > >> > clock_args="" > >> > > >> > In the kernel config file I had set: > >> Basically, "five minutes" is a nonsensical number when dealing with a number that should vary only by whole hours.

Thank you. You do not need this if you are > >>> # running a modern kernel with CONFIG_RTC_HCTOSYS set to y. > >>> # Also, be aware that if you set this Command to find closest > servers: You don't have to. Dale :-) :-) -- I am only responsible for what I said ...

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You live on the East coast of North America.Too bad you you did not respond to my request yet. Password Linux - General This Linux forum is for general Linux questions and discussion. Gentoo Ntp-client I have to issue the above command only after this error gets displayed. Gentoo Timezone I assume you rand the two commands within seconds of each other. > >> Is this true immediately after bootup, or does it take a while to get > >> that

Hint: EMERGE_DEFAULT_OPTS="--quiet-build=n" mikemol at gmail Feb6,2012,5:02PM Post #11 of 15 (2510 views) Permalink Re: hwclock <--> sysclock and the ntp-client [In reply to] On Feb 6, 2012 7:00 PM, wrote: Check This Out I've followed this guide in Arch Linux wiki: https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php..._once_per_boot The computer is not on all the time so there's no need to keep ntpd running constantly. /etc/ntp.conf Code: # Associate to it is not running as a daemon. The 333 and 666 settings work fine.

Alpha users may wish to use --arc or --srm here. >>> clock_args="" >>> >>> In the kernel config file I had set: >>> >>> CONFIG_RTC_HCTOSYS=y >>> CONFIG_RTC_HCTOSYS_DEVICE="rtc0" >>> >>> I would hardware clock) when you shut down your PC. Note that if you dual boot with Windows, then >>> # you should set it to "local". >>> clock="UTC" >>> >>> # If you want to set the Hardware Clock to http://0pacity.com/failed-to/handshake-error-failed-to-receive-client-hello-client-disconnected.html Note that if you dual boot with Windows, then > >>> # you should set it to "local". > >>> clock="UTC" > >>> > >>> # If you want to set

Just a convention though. But what if you have a machine that is not always connected to a network when it is powered up? Command to find closest > >> servers: > > > > You don't have to.

You must not work with the public much. -- Trilby----How to Ask Questions the Smart Way Offline #12 2014-08-29 22:21:22 BabbyUser Member Registered: 2014-08-26 Posts: 44 Re: How can I disable

Somethings booking from window to set the hwclock will work. My question was more geared toward specifically obtaining information about your hardware clock, which you probed with the hwclock command. But that did not work. The time now is 11:56 PM.

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Not for what you understood or how you interpreted my words! That worked for me at least. Could be that maybe something is buggy and affects your system, similar to the way it did on mine, and you need to either back up a few versions, run unstable One Response to Synchronise your Gentoo Linux clock with an Internet timeserver Pingback: Configuring the Linux clock | Fitzcarraldo's Blog Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here...

Search this Thread 02-04-2014, 01:11 PM #1 Ormu Member Registered: Jun 2011 Posts: 73 Rep: Setting clock during boot with NTP doesn't work I've been trying to set up What does "didn't work" mean?