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Your question is hard to understand, but whatever you're trying to do will probably involve the hwclock command. This is the command to read or set the harwdare clock. The main ways to use it are: hwclock --systohc: set the hardware clock to the system time hwclock --hctosys: set the system time to the hardware clock hwclock --set --date='…': set the ...


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After some research, I ended up with this. I also applied it to my own server: sudo apt-get install ntp sudo dpkg-reconfigure ntp ntpq -p If the last command shows a valid list of servers, you are good to go. The command will run a quite complex set of algorithms which will iterate your clock drift, among other things, and compensate for them. You will ...



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