[Novalug] time off by an hour
wayned at panix.com
Thu Feb 1 12:54:03 EST 2007
Stuart D. Gathman
> On Thu, 1 Feb 2007, Wayne Dernoncourt wrote:
>> I have a Fedora Core 4 system and it's off by an hour.
>> Checking the time settings, I'm in the New York time zone
>> (I am), checked the NTP server and right now this laptop
>> says 12:58 but the cell phone says 11:54. Four minutes is
>> tolerable, but the hour?
> What timezone does the clock display? You can override timezone in
> user profiles. Bring up a terminal (right click on desktop) and
> $ date
> to see what timezone you are using.
[wayned at localhost ~]$ date
Thu Feb 1 13:52:54 EST 2007
> To check whether you are actually contacting the NTP server,
> bring up a terminal, su to root, and type:
> # /usr/sbin/ntpq -c lpeers
> to see whether the NTP servers are actually active.
> You firewall may be blocking it.
[wayned at localhost ~]$ su root
[root at localhost wayned]# /usr/sbin/ntpq -c lpeers
No association ID's returned
None are currently active, it's done at boot and when the app
panel (right click on time -> adjust date/time) is okayed.
Take care | This clown speaks for himself, his job doesn't
Wayne D. | supply this, at least not directly
Ignorance is temporary; stupid is forever.
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