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The clock on my screen is not showing the correct time.
There *should* be a command that is relatively easy to find.
Doesn't seem to be in OpenWindows references.
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Have a look at the 'date' command. If you have root privileges,
change the time by issuing 'date HHMMSSYY'.

kind regards,

Jos aka jos@and.nl
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off to root
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