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    chekkizhar,

    I'm not sure about Slackware, but in Fedora, you can use the hwclock command:

    hwclock --systohc

    This will set the hardware clock to the current system time. You can also do the inverse:

    hwclock --hctosys

    To display what date/time the hardware clock is currently set to:

    hwclock --show

    hth,
    -bill

    Answered by atreyu
    3 years ago
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