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    Ubuntu 7.10 NTP in parallels 5608

    Hi,

    One quick question.

    Whenever i restart the Ubuntu VM i find that when logging back in the clock is wrong again by 1 hour. I have changed it from manual to sync with internet servers and it corrects the time but only until a restart is done then it reverts back to being forward by one hour. Obviously this is going to mess with my Kerberos. What should i do to prevent this from happening in the future?

    I have added my server to the list and checked the box and then clicked synchronize but it doesn't do anything.

    Thanks.

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    Regarding time: Are the 1 hours changes BST/GMT? check your /etc/timezone is configured as Europe/London

    Kerberos: krb5.conf [libdefaults] clockskew = 300 (gives you some leverage between times

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    Yeah the time zone is europe/London.

    I also added the server into the ntp.conf file and i don't think that made a difference either. But that was on last nights config so i can't remember that far back.

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    Silly question I know, but is the NTP service configured to start at boot/startup? I know my debian machine doesn't for various reasons.

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