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How to set your date and time in Debian

Very short: It could happen to anyone to have problems with date and time.
Read it here if you struggle with time and date

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At least from Debian version 2.2 onwards, the system automatically saves the system time to hardware clock on shutdown, and sets the system clock from hardware clock when Debian boots up. This is done in the script /etc/init.d/hwclock.sh.

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