aggiornare data e ora di sistema su Debian

Per aggiornare data e ora di Debian è necessario installare il pacchetto “ntpdate”:
# apt-get install ntpdate
quindi, da root, lanciare:
In questo modo si sincronizza con l’ora del server indicato (nel nostro caso “”).

Per modificare l’ora:
# date -s “9 FEB 2009 15:51:00”
Si invoca il comando date e si danno come parametri data e ora nella forma indicata sopra; tutto fra doppie apici.

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