starikarp at yandex.com
Mon May 30 09:27:12 UTC 2016
On Monday 30 May 2016 02:18:30 Polytropon wrote:
> On Sun, 29 May 2016 22:57:31 -0400, Stari Karp wrote:
> > Hi!
> > I am new Installed FreeBSD 10.3-RELEASE-p3 #0: Tue May 17 08:43:55 UTC
> > 2016
> > root at amd64-builder.daemonology.net:/usr/obj/usr/src/sys/GENERIC amd64 and
> > I have a problem with time. How I setup time (I adoing the same from
> > version 6??):
> > From "Select local or UTC...) I press NO, than America -- North and South,
> > than United States and Eastern time. On the last question "Does the
> > abbreviation 'EDT' look reasonable?" I pressed YES.
> > And here is now 7:55 PM and date shows me 10:55 PM. In /etc/rc.conf I have
> > also ntpd_enable="YES".
> > I have the same settings all the time but it doesn't works now.
> Manually set the date and let ntpd correct it if neccessary.
> As root, run "date 0755" (if you want 7:55) or whatever is
> approximately the correct time you run the command at. See
> "man date" for details on the format to be supplied.
> If I remember correctly, the older ntpdate command would
> only change the system time up to a certain threshold,
> "adjust" it, and you needed to manually set the time "near"
> the real time, or supply a specific flag for a "bigger"
> system time change. Today's ntpd should handle this fine.
> Answer before question:
> From: Jon Radel <jon at radel.com>
> Subject: Re: time
> Date: Sun, 29 May 2016 19:08:56 -0400
> And "then":
> From: Stari Karp <starikarp at yandex.com>
> Subject: time
> Date: Sun, 29 May 2016 22:57:31 -0400
> This is really magnificent time travel magic at OS level. ;-)
Thank you very much.
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