Setting Day Light Savings
jonathan at nerds.net
Fri May 26 16:31:27 CDT 2006
Stop ntpd then run:
Start up ntpd again. I'm a little rusty on Fedora mainly using Debian
or Ubuntu these days. On Debian ntpdate is in a separate package from
ntpd don't know about Fedora. I think there's some cutesy command
interface to stop and start services these days, but I'd probably just
do it the old fashioned way, to hazard a guess it would look something
yum install ntpdate
ntpd is usually configured to ignore time updates if the difference
exceeds some threshhold, this is for security and stability. ntpdate
will allow you to be insane if you wanna be.
BTW if you have the desktop software installed and vncserver, you could
always start up vncserver and connect to the vnc session to run some gui
if you have to, it's not a big deal.
> Thanks for your quick reply but this machine is remote and does not run an
> xserver. It there a command line way to do this?
> Thanks again,
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