How to Sync Time on CentOS


If you want to ensure that your computer is always using the correct time, you can sync the hardware clock with a centralized network. Doing this on a machine running CentOS is a straightforward task. CentOS is a Linux-based operating system based on Redhat. CentOS can, with the NTP service installed, sync with a remote time server. NTP is a native service on CentOS, but it is not installed by default. You set up and synchronize the time server using the CentOS terminal. The terminal is a command-based window that allows control over the operating system.

  • Click "System" and then "Terminal."

  • Type "su yum install ntp" and press the "Enter" key. Input your admin password and press "Enter."

  • Type "chkconfig ntpd on" and press "Enter."

  • Type "ntpdate" and press "Enter."

  • Type "/etc/init.d/ntpd start" and press "Enter." The time on your CentOS machine is now synced with the remote time server.

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