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Your hosting provider is blocking ntp packets. This heavy handed approach has been implemented by some ISPs in response to the DDoS attacks. You can see that ntpdate is sending the packets fron the ntpdate -vd : transmit(184.108.40.206) transmit(220.127.116.11) transmit(18.104.22.168) transmit(22.214.171.124) I would contact your ISP and ask if they are blocking ...
I had the same issue and this is how I solved it. I have give a detailed answer from top to bottom. You might want to skip to middle of my answer or just refer the screenshots below for understanding it in a glance. First install ntpdate(Obviously you have done this) sudo apt-get install ntpdate NEXT You need to configure ntp with servers as follows: ...
Open the Dash and search for Time & Date; go to the Clock tab; make sure Show a clock in the menu bar is checked:
This is telling you that indicator-datetime isn't listed in the repositories in your sources. You may need to check that this package is available for your version of Ubuntu and/or add the required repository. See What does Package <package> has no installation candidate mean? for a better explanation.
For me, it was enough to restart unity: sudo killall unity-panel-service
Or you can simply restart your computer. Time will show itself on the top panel again. I have also faced this problem a few times. Because sometimes sudo lightdm restart won't work
Reference: http://www.maketecheasier.com/date-time-missing-ubuntu-1310/ 01) Reinstall indicator-datetime. It should be installed by default, but just in case you have removed it unknowingly, it is best to run the install command again. sudo apt-get install indicator-datetime 02) Next, we are going to reconfigure the date time: sudo ...
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