How to Sync Linux Time with NTP Server

ntp-linux-featured.jpgComputer clocks are not perfect. Given a few days, weeks or months, they drift and stop showing the real time. Simply put, after they drift, they may show it’s “10:30” when in fact it’s “10:33.” It was common practice on older computers to periodically readjust the computer clock manually. But, after Internet connections became ubiquitous, modern operating systems started to adjust the clock automatically with the help of NTP servers. What Is NTP? NTP is an acronym for Network Time Protocol. It’s an algorithm designed to synchronize computer clocks through network connections and keep them accurate. How to Enable Time Synchronization on Linux Luckily, most… Read more

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