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Stack Exchange network consists of 171 Q&A communities including Stack Overflow, the largest, most trusted online community for developers to learn, share their knowledge, and build their careers.Visit Stack Exchange When I hover above a question's down arrow with my mouse I see: "This question does not show any research effort; it is unclear or not useful".What if you would like to manage your computer’s time in Ubuntu? To view the current date and time, the following command will be enough This will provide a set of different time zones to choose.It’s easy if you are in a graphical desktop environment. If you would like to set the time to UTC, choose the option which says something like ‘none of the above’, or ‘none of these’ or something to this effect. Then it asks for difference from UTC (GMT and GST is also the same thing).Most servers are probably automatically configured to network time, but if you want to set it up for yourself, or want to change the servers that you are syncing to, here’s the quick article that shows you how to do it.Since I had to do this earlier today, I decided it would make a lot of sense to write it down for the next time that I need to do it. First, you’ll need to install NTP if it isn’t already installed.Also, in case a your clock has a big error we need to tell ntpd to also adjust in that case with -g.Finally write the clock to hardware to preserve the changes when rebooting with hwclock -w (-w for setting hardwareclock to current system time, there is a difference).

If you have different requirements and need to change the time zone, you can use the The time zone abbreviation should reflect the newly chosen value. Bear in mind that it can take a few minutes for ntpd to establish connections.If you want to sync your clock with NTP servers, it is also very easy. I have a dual-booting system for switching between Windows and Ubuntu.I recently switched to Windows and back, and now my system clock in Ubuntu is incorrect. I don't want to set it manually, and I can't see how to make it update to the correct time. It would also be nice if anyone could explain how to prevent this from happening again.In Windows I can easily tell it to update the time if it's off, but I don't know how to make sure it doesn't happen in Ubuntu anymore.

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