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Changing time or offsetting it in OpenVZ contained server
I am trying to run a VPS, a Debian box contained in an OpenVZ container. Obviously, I cannot use time --set or any such command, as the time must be set via the parent node. The owner of the parent ...
Nov 7 '12 at 13:10
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