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This will adjust your system time and correct it using a Stratum 2 Time Server. The quickest way to change your system time is to do the following:
# ntpdate pool.ntp.org
You should see confirmation that it worked. The second way of doing this (in case the first way did not work) is to get the IPV4 address or hostname of a Local (meaning in your time zone) Stratum 2 Time Server from the following website:...
Posted 01-01-2011 at 01:17 PM byKenny_Strawn (Kenny the one-teen comittee to stamp out Proprietary $uckware)
Here's a brilliant idea: What if one of us created a Linux distro with a GUI (and all its dependencies) packed into the initrd and hard-coded into the "init" shell script in its top level as such that it runs at the kernel level? There goes the argument by Windoze geeks that Linux is like DOS.
First, we would have to use a version of the command used to make the initrd that has hook support. That means we would need to base it off of Arch and then define a hook to pass to...