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Re: Question about the system time.
- To: misc_(_at_)_openbsd_(_dot_)_org
- Subject: Re: Question about the system time.
- From: Erik <scumbag_(_at_)_nwi_(_dot_)_net>
- Date: Thu, 26 Oct 2000 12:50:36 -0700
I like the solution I have at home. OpenBSD and Win2k, both ask a
time server (I put xntpd on my NAT box) for the time when they start
up. Works slick.
On Thu, 26 Oct 2000 13:28:43 -0400, "Allen Saunders"
<allens_(_at_)_aegisresearch_(_dot_)_com> had a million monkeys type on a million
typewriters, and came up with this:
>I am running dual boot with OpenBSD and Windows 98. I *know* that I used to
>know the answer to this, but at some point in time the information has
>leaked from brain pan.
>My questions are:
>-Why is the system time correct when I'm in Windows but incorrect in
>-Why doesn't OpenBSD save the system time when I set it with 'date'?
>I'm in the same time zone (USA ET / -5hrs from GMT) in both systems.
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