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Thread: Auto update clock

  1. #1
    SousukeSagara NNTP User

    Default Auto update clock


    When i switch between drives, the clock on suse stops at the time of the
    switch. How do i set it to update from a server that keeps the time,
    rather than an internal clock so it isnt always wrong?


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  2. #2
    caf4926 NNTP User

    Default Re: Auto update clock


    Set to NTP via yast


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    geoffro NNTP User

    Default Re: Auto update clock


    Just an addition to clarify
    Yast > Network services > NTP configuration > select now and on boot
    and then a sever close to you in the drop down list

    /Geoff


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