#archlinux - Wed 16 May 2007 between 19:55 and 20:04

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Pappaor do i need the svn?
linfanok, you are right wish useds 22 MiB
yettenetIs there a way to change my time?
Pappayettenet: date
man date
linfanin gnome there is
and you have the bios
Pappaorif you want auto-setting to current time use ntp
linfanand you have the ntpd and openntpd
|zeus|linfan: ntpdate pool.ntp.org
yettenetI can't set time from bios :P
|zeus|from root of cource
aeolistjust some personal feedback, openntpd is much easier
|zeus|linfan: sorry my weechat nick-autocomplite is unstable now
:)
linfanyeah, but it can slow down boot-up - best to put it @
yettenetAnd btw... is there a general crontab file somewhere in the system?
Like Debian-based linuxes' /etc/crontab?
linfanshould be in /etc
/usr/bin/crontab
yettenetlinfan: That's the program
I need the config file
FreshPrincere
linfanit was something with -e it is somewhere in the wiki
wide-eyedamn idiots sold me the wrong cable!
|zeus|yettenet: use crontab -e to create one
STiATlinfan: crontab -e?
actionwide-eye goes back to frys
wide-eyegoes back to frys
yettenetlinfan: That is not the general crontab file
linfani don't remember STiAT but I had to edit some file with the cron what-ever command
yettenet...
|zeus|yettenet: pacman -Ql | grep crontab ?
STiATlinfan: with sudo crontab -e you can edit the "main" crontab file, or with crontab -e as root in general
linfan: crontab -l lists the file
linfan: running it as user, it will create some file in /tmp, since no crontab is set for the user (usually not at least)
yettenet|zeus|: It gives the crontab executable :P
|zeus|: Plus 2 manuals and a vim link
linfani had to add some daily update for something but don't remember what - hehe
STiATlinfan: in arch, usually, you add a file to /etc/crontab.daily
linfanit was in a wiki page

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