Since installing Ubuntu 12.04, I regularly have to fun fsck and reset my clock because it shows a 'future time' : Err.Msg. "superblock last mount time is in the future by less than a day, probably due to hardware clock being incorrectly set."
According to what I have read, it looks like I'm in the right place to get an answer. Following are my feeble attempts to rectify this annoyance:
mjh@mjh-desktop:~$ sudo service ntp start [sudo] password for mjh: ntp: unrecognized service mjh@mjh-desktop:~$ mjh@mjh-desktop:~$ sudo apt-get install update Reading package lists... Done Building dependency tree Reading state information... Done E: Unable to locate package update mjh@mjh-desktop:~$ sudo service ntp start ntp: unrecognized service mjh@mjh-desktop:~$