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Better to use ntp. Figure out why it isn't working. Better yet tie it to GPS for better accuracy.
On Mar 21, 2018 03:21, "Clint Bradford" <clintbradford@...
My new Pi is eight minutes off on time. The previous models have always been right on time-wise. Saw this solution online - does it look reasonable?
Maybe your router settings do not like Network Time Protocol (ntp).
To disable ntp and manually update the time instead:
'sudo update-services ntpd disable'
'sudo apt-get install ntpdate'.
Then you can update the date and time manually with
or you can specify a timeserver like
'sudo ntpdate pool.ntp.org'
To set the time at boot, add 'ntpdate' to rc.local.
If you want automatic updates, you could add 'ntpdate' as a cron job.