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How to set Ubuntu to synchronize my clock with a time server?

How to sync time in Ubuntu 10.10 (a GUI solution if possible)?

How to sync time in Ubuntu 10.04 Server (a console solution if possible)?

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marked as duplicate by jokerdino, stephenmyall, Ringtail, devav2, Mitch Nov 13 '12 at 11:37

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In a server you can use ntpd or ntpdate .

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Open a terminal and run gnome-control-center command . In the gnome control center select 'Time and Date' . Select 'Keep synchronized with internet servers' in the 'configuration' option.

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