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Why Ubuntu 14.10 changes date and time ?

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I am running Ubuntu, desktop 14.10 for quite a while. Just since a couple of days ago, whenever I get out of suspend mode, my date and time are changed and it doesn't update to the proper date and time. Anybody knows how to solve this?
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Question by:Erwin Krisch
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Sudeep Sharma earned 250 total points
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Set the system to sync the time with NTP servers and it would sync the time as per your timezone.

Follow the article below:
http://www.tecmint.com/how-to-synchronize-time-with-ntp-server-in-ubuntu-linux-mint-xubuntu-debian/

Further, if it didn't get fixed after using above, then there might be a bug which you could open with various Ubuntu forums.

Thanks,
Sudeep
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1) you can use ntpdate manually
2) chrony is somewhat better with dial-up than ntpd
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