Linux: How to Synchronize Time in Ubuntu or Debian?

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You can easily synchronize time of your Linux servers or desktop machines by using ntpdate command.

Open terminal and type:

server pool.ntp.org

You can change the address of time server (pool.ntp.org) to a different one that suits your needs.

If you don't have ntpdate installed, do I with the following command:

sudo apt-get install ntp

The following solution is suitable for both Ubuntu and Debian.

 


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