HOW TO CONFIGURE NTP SYNCHRONIZATION IN UBUNTU

Configuring the NTP Synchronization allows your computer to stay in sync with other servers, leading to more predictability in operations that rely on having the correct time.

This is usually done after configuring the time zones.

For NTP synchronization, we will use a service called ntp, which we can install from Ubuntu’s default repositories:

sudo apt-get update

sudo apt-get install ntp     

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This is all that you have to do to set up NTP synchronization on Ubuntu.

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