Re: Setting Time on RHL 9
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Do you mean redhat-config-date?
LeRoy Dorman wrote:
Running dateconfig (can't remember the full path, I am on my solaris machine and my Redhat box is at another location) as root will reset
the time from an NTP server, but, as far as I can tell, does not return
the offset (the amount by which the time was changed).
Wayne Watson wrote:
I just started delving into a time problem I have on RHL 9, and discovered that I do not have an /sbin/adjtimex, only /sbin/hwclock. My clock seems to drift a lot at times, and then at other times (a different boot) is pretty reasonable. I looked in my /etc/rc.d/rc.local file and found it was pretty bare bones, only having remarks and a touch command. I would think adjtimex would be part of almost any install. Comments?
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