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    Question Busybox Time Zone issue


    Hello I am stucked on Busybox time issue.
    I have an ip cam based on Busybox and I want to sync it's time automatically.
    I can configure time manually by s-date command and found
    ntpd -q -p ptbtime1.ptb.de command to sync with ntpd server. However time is changed as UTC but I am on GMT+3 right now and can't find a proper command line. Any help is highly appreciated.

  2. #2
    Quote Originally Posted by osmytr View Post
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    ntpd -q -p ptbtime1.ptb.de command to sync with ntpd server.
    you can run this succesfully?
    so what's the problem then? does it go out of sync after some time?
    is this webcam a standalone device, connected to the internet??? i find that hard to believe.
    you aren't telling us much about your problem.
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    Quote Originally Posted by nihili View Post
    you can run this succesfully?
    so what's the problem then? does it go out of sync after some time?
    is this webcam a standalone device, connected to the internet??? i find that hard to believe.
    you aren't telling us much about your problem.
    Hi,
    Basically it's an ip camera. NTP Command work fine but I am receiving UTC time. But my time zone is GMT+3. So NTP sync does not make sense. And sometimes it does, go out in sync.

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