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34.4. Date and Time

Use this screen to adjust the date and time of the system clock. To change these settings after installation, click SystemAdministrationDate & Time.
Firstboot date and time screen
Firstboot date and time screen
Figure 34.12. Firstboot date and time screen

Click the Synchronize date and time over the network checkbox to configure your system to use Network Time Protocol (NTP) servers to maintain the accuracy of the clock. NTP provides time synchronization service to computers on the same network. Many public NTP servers are available on the Internet.

 
 
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