kerry at gotss.net
Mon Dec 17 19:42:54 EST 2001
If you mean update the hardware clock to the current Linux system time
it is hwclock -w
but that happens when you shutdown anyway.
It also happens if your pll is synced with something like ntp.
If you need any more info just ask time synchronization under Linux
is a hobby of mine from a user standpoint.
On Mon, Dec 17, 2001 at 07:29:44PM -0500, Deedra Waters wrote:
> anyone know the command to make the hardware clock update to the current
> time? I thought that hwclock --adjust would do it, but that doesn't seem
> to fix it when I make it show me the hardware clock time.
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