stan <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:

> 1. Set the hardware clock to some truly strange time (for testing
> software).
> 2. Reboot.
>    a. time is set by the BIOS to the wrong time
>    b. ntpdate corrects this (for the kernel).
>    c. ntp keeps the time acurate (for this run session).
> 3. shutdown (BIOS time is not corrected).
> See the problem?

Nope.  ntpd is supposed to set the CMOS clock, and it certainly does
so for me.
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