Figure 33.2. NTP Properties
The Network Time Protocol (NTP) daemon synchronizes the system clock with a remote time server or time source. The application allows you to configure an NTP daemon to synchronize your system clock with a remote server. To enable this feature, select NTP Servers list and other options. You can choose one of the predefined servers, edit a predefined server by clicking the or add a new server name by clicking . Your system does not start synchronizing with the NTP server until you click . After clicking , the configuration is saved and the NTP daemon is started (or restarted if it is already running).
. This enables the
button applies any changes made to the date and time, the NTP daemon settings, and the time zone settings. It also exits the program.