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NAME

       ntpdate-debian - set the date and time via NTP

SYNOPSIS

       ntpdate-debian  [-bBdoqsuv]  [-a  key]  [-e authdelay] [-k keyfile] [-o
       version] [-p samples] [-t timeout]

DESCRIPTION

       ntpdate-debian is identical to  ntpdate(8)  except  that  it  uses  the
       configuration  in  /etc/default/ntpdate  by  default.  ntpdate sets the
       local date and time by polling Network Time Protocol (NTP) servers.

                                                             ntpdate-debian(8)



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