There's a program /usr/sbin/vcstime which prints the date/time in the top/right corner of your terminals. You can enable it in /etc/kbd/config (on the last line). It's disabled by default.
I'm having a problem whereby each time I ssh into one of my servers (Debian Jessie) vcstime runs. I don't know why it is running. My /etc/kbd/config file does not enable it.
I moved /usr/sbin/vcstime to /usr/sbin/vcstime.disabled. I rebooted. And still I have the problem. I grepped for 'vcst' and didn't find anything interesting. I have no idea why the clock is always printed in my terminal. It's getting in the way of some content that always prints on the top line and I need to make it go away.
Can anyone help with that?
Note: if I run
/etc/init.d/kbd restart the clock disappears for a second then reappears.