How do I change the time in Unix?


 
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Hi there. This is probably a very stupid question, but...

How do I change or set the time in UNIX? I am taking care of a Sun Ultra 5 running SunOS 5.7 and I can't figure out how to change the time.

Help.
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Re: time servers

Thank you for your reply. I am sorry it took a while to respond. Is there any way though that I can synchronize the time on the server with the times on the clocks here?

Thank you.
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MySQL Re: Re: time servers

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Originally posted by Tannim
Thank you for your reply. I am sorry it took a while to respond. Is there any way though that I can synchronize the time on the server with the times on the clocks here?

Thank you.
Try with ntp (network time protocol). I don knok in sun, try with ntpdate.
 

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