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    Anyone know if KDE has an app for connecting to some remote clock to keep time?
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    I don't know if KDE does. You should just use ntpd.

    ~Edit: Here is a link to some documentation that may help http://www.eecis.udel.edu/~mills/ntp/html/index.html
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    Ta sykkn, has got me searching. I'm sure there was an ntpd module on one of me distros that I installed.
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    Check if you have ntp-installed

    Code:
    rpm -qa | grep ntp
    If you are running a dist with rpm-database... Then check sykkn:s page for your nearest ntp-computer you can use, then just insert that IP in /etc/ntp/step-tickers.... restart ntp and you are up and running...

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    ntp server is up and running, twas in me YaST2 server settings. Shall give it a go
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