Quoting Webmaster - hosting365.ie (webmaster at hosting365.ie):
> A stupid question maybe, but is there a way to change a servers clock
> time, running rh7.2 from a remote shell?
Will you settle for an answer that works on any Linux?
After that, set up ntpdate and the ntp daemon, so you won't have to
deal with this again.
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