Time hint: Wrong ntp-servers?
damien at shefnet.org.uk
Sun Jul 13 10:21:47 PDT 2003
----- Original Message -----
From: "Philipp Frank" <philipp.frank at web.de>
To: <blfs-support at linuxfromscratch.org>
Sent: Sunday, July 13, 2003 6:08 PM
Subject: Time hint: Wrong ntp-servers?
> Hi there!
> Did anybody use the time hint? I'm trying to, but everytime I contact
> an ntp-server, the time is wrong!! By 2 hours... sure, sure, I'm not
> looking at my hw-clock, but the clock at my bed (which gets the time
> from one of these atomic clocks, so it's really supposed to be exact;
> anyhow, any other clock as well shows the same time, so it's really 7 pm
> here now :)). So it's 7 pm here (19.00 for german folks), but the time
> servers from germany all do show 5pm (17.00). What's wrong here?
NTP users GMT world wide.
looks like you haven't set your time zone correctly.
> Any pointers appreciated :)
> Cheers, Philipp
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