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How can I know when the system time was updated in linux?

In linux is the system date/time and other date related details like timezone stored in any file where I can view the updated time and know when the system time was last updated. Is there any other ...
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Time desklet with time zone different than system timezone in linux

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Ubuntu server loses exactly 5 minutes once in a while

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Can I Set My Computer's Clock Display To 24-Hour Format? [duplicate]

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Sync Windows' system time to a time server, but advance by 10 minutes from the time server's time

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