On Sun, 14 Mar 2004, Kurt Stas wrote:

> It seems that i can't set my time to my local time.
> [EMAIL PROTECTED] ~ # date
> Sun Mar 14 09:55:36 CET 2004
> [EMAIL PROTECTED] ~ # ntpdate ntp.belnet.be
> 14 Mar 09:55:38 ntpdate[6682]: step time server 193.190.198.10
> offset -6935.981216 sec
> [EMAIL PROTECTED] ~ # date
> Sun Mar 14 09:55:40 CET 2004
> [EMAIL PROTECTED] ~ #

Don't know about the time zone issue, but if the time offset is too
large, ntpdate can't "slew" to it.  Try the -b flag for ntpdate, and
note that the ntpdate is to be retired in favor of ntpd.

-Warren Block * Rapid City, South Dakota USA
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