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How to keep Debian internal clock synchronized (with NTP servers)?

I have a home server which runs an up to date Debian 7.5 (wheezy) installation. I just discovered that the server has its internal clock set to ± 3 minutes in the future. I knew that I can use NTP ...
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Why is ntpd listening on most of 192.168.1.X/192.168.2.X

I'm using the ntp package in debian squeeze and the ntpd process is listening on hundreds of rfc1918 addresses that are not configured on the server. Check this out: Mar 26 10:07:24 server ...
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Strip specific option from a response in dhclient

I aim to prohibit dhclient from updating my NTP config with servers received via DHCP, as it is the default on Debian/Ubuntu. However, my DHCP server ignores the list of requested options (from the ...
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timed out, nothing received

I tried all and googled a lot! But I can't make work NTP on my server. This post is last hope! I have installed ntp on debian server with this configuration (/etc/ntp.conf): driftfile ...
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Why doesn't NTP increase polling interval when using a GPS/PPS receiver and internet servers?

I have a Debian system that is used as an NTP server. It queries several servers on the internet and also has a GPS receiver with PPS output for precision timekeeping. If I don't use the GPS ...
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How to set tz and date without restart in Debian Squeeze?

I've tried tzselect and all it appears to do is tell me what region I want to pick. I'm trying to change tz without a restart and for all users, then sync the time accordingly.
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NTPDate runs three times at boot resulting in incorrect date

I am running Voyage Linux (a Debian-based distribution) and am having trouble getting the correct date. When I look in /var/log/daemon.log I see the following: Nov 18 11:04:07 voyage ntpdate[1676]: ...