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Subject: [aclug-L] Re: setting date
From: "Galen Tieszen" <gtieszen@xxxxxxxx>
Date: Fri, 17 Mar 2000 13:07:58 -0600
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I personally like Tardis2000 for my Windows box, and when I d/l a new
version the other day, I noticed that there was a Linux version of K9
available.  I assume that K9 is similar in function to Tardis since it is
listed on the same page -- you might want to give it a try.

The Tardis program logs onto a time server site (quite a number are listed),
and will automatically syncronize your system clock with theirs at intervals
you specify.

Check out:

> -----Original Message-----
> From: discussion-bounce@xxxxxxxxx [mailto:discussion-bounce@xxxxxxxxx]On
> Behalf Of John Reinke
> Sent: Friday, March 17, 2000 1:59 AM
> To: discussion@xxxxxxxxx
> Subject: [aclug-L] setting date
> Time seems to be drifting on my Linux box. Since I have cable modem access
> and my box is constantly online, is there a way for it to check somewhere
> on the internet periodically and update its time? I seem to
> remember having
> heard of a time server like that, but I don't know what its name is. Also,
> can I set it up so other machines on the network can update their clocks
> with its clock in some standard manner as well?
> Thanks,
> John
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