[ntp:questions] ntp & system without a rtc
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Fri May 10 20:00:46 UTC 2013
> I have a raspberry pi system.
> This is a computer without a real time clock.
The uC likely has a RTC, its just not battery backed up?
> So everytime I power it on, it uses starts where it left
> off which might be days earlier.
> It is connected only very occasionally to the internet
> so syncing to that won't work.
> It does have, however, a gps connected.
> But as it is switched mostly for less than an hour,
> ntpd won't have the time to adjust the time to what
> the gps returns to it.
> So I was wondering: is there a utility/a trick out there
> that picks the current time from a gps and then "jumps"
> the time to what it should be?
> It does not need to be very accurate - a couple of seconds
> off is ok (just not hours or days).
> Any ideas?
nptd -g -q ?
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