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Setting Time in Lubuntu

I have a time server running on a server PC that is meant to change the times of various guest PCs as a result of a TCP/IP command on port 9000 issued by a control application running on an integrated ...
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Archlinux wrong localtime

Here is datetimectl output, Why local time is not set to Universal time? And I have enable ntpd service. The local time should be Sun 2013-08-11 21:45:21 UTC. Local time: Mon 2013-08-12 ...
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My system clock is an extra (extra) hour ahead during BST/ daylight saving

I have a problem when my Windows 7 64-bit laptop is used during BST (British Summer Time)/ daylight saving periods. Instead of the +1 shift in time, the system clock shifts +2 hours and can be a few ...
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Change system time and turn off Internet time in Debian/Gnome

Changing the time is easy, but then it is automatically synchronized with a time-server. Before I had access to admin menus, but now I don't, when I click on the clock and try to change, i get an ...
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Slow connection and NTP

I'm behind a slow connection (Dial Up) with high latency (+400ms). I have recently received a broken MyBook World, which I refurbished and I have Debian installed on it. The problem is, that this ...
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Sync the clock on Windows 7 to the time server more frequently

On Windows 7, is the way to sync the clock to the time server more frequently still the same as before (by regedit)? Are there other ways such as by using the control panel or system tool?