In the Date & Time system settings the "Use network time" box is checked, and it keeps time perfectly well, but if I try to use ntpdc or ntpq it says that it's is not installed, with instructions how to install it (basically, install ntp).
Nor do I have an ntp.conf file and ntpd doesn't show as a running process, so what does "Network time" mean in this context and where the hell is it getting it's time from? I've never set it manually!
edit- just had a thought. Does it get its time from an internet timeserver when it boots and rely on the mobo clock after that?
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Edited by billford (Thu 10-Apr-14 16:33:57)