Updating computer clock via internet
Your clock will automatically synchronize with the domain controller instead.
I have a laptop with Ubuntu and Windows 8 in dual-boot.
What is the command to update time and date from Internet is the question, sudo dpkg-reconfigure tzdata is the answer, so what gives?
the comment about the timezones, is related to the only thing i know to be possible graphicallyso did i, i am not aware of a way to update the date and time via the net graphically, so i use the terminal, what i do know how to do graphically is set up time zones, the part about time zones was my two cents on what can be done to affect the time in a graphical manner, as far as i knew, am i understood now? As said by Rinzwind "Please do not use links to other sites.
This will also show you the date and time of when your clock was last successfully synchronized with the name of the Internet server used.
If your PC is on a domain, then you will not have an Internet Time tab. If you like, you can type a name of an Internet time server from the list at the Microsoft link below to use instead.