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Hello, I am currently running Mac OS X (10.6.1) as my host OS and I am booting the LFS Live CD (lfslivecd-x86-6.3-r2160.iso) and am using VirtualBox 3.0.8 as my virtualization software. I am building my Linux system from the Live CD within VirtualBox, and I do not want to leave VirtualBox open all the time for various reasons. So, when I finish a section of the book I suspend the Guest OS which at the current time is the LFS Live CD. When I go to boot the Guest OS at a later date the time and date are not synced with the host OS current time, or just the normal current time for my part of the world. Is there a way I can update the date and time for the current Guest OS? One way I was able to sync the time was to reload the Live CD, but I do not want to do that every time I want to boot/restore from a suspended state. Is there some way I can run the time/date script that syncs the time again when the Live CD is loading from the console, so I do not have to the load the whole Live CD again?