Since the Pi has no RTC, setting the time is a per-boot activity, not a config activity. So, one way or another, you will have to execute a command line to set it, on each boot.brianjester wrote:I didn't see an option to set the time and date on the raspi-config menu, only locale and timezone. Is there (a non command line way) to set time with the Wheezy distros from the GUI?
My workaround was to set time/date with: "sudo date -u MMDDhhmmCCYY"
Yes - but only if you have a network connection (at the time of boot!)jheaton5 wrote:the debian package ntpdate is a deamon that automatically sets the clock from an NTP server. It will keep you pi's clock up to date and automatically sets the clock on each reboot or cold start.
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