I using the computer through RDP . Date & Time is locked and the unlock button is disabled for some reason, even though the user is a “sudo” user. The system time is wrong, so I want synchronise it or enable automatic synchronisation in terminal. Is that possible?
I suspect you’re looking for the
$ timedatectl --help timedatectl [OPTIONS...] COMMAND ... Query or change system time and date settings. Commands: status Show current time settings show Show properties of systemd-timedated set-time TIME Set system time set-timezone ZONE Set system time zone list-timezones Show known time zones set-local-rtc BOOL Control whether RTC is in local time set-ntp BOOL Enable or disable network time synchronization systemd-timesyncd Commands: timesync-status Show status of systemd-timesyncd show-timesync Show properties of systemd-timesyncd Options: -h --help Show this help message --version Show package version --no-pager Do not pipe output into a pager --no-ask-password Do not prompt for password -H --host=[USER@]HOST Operate on remote host -M --machine=CONTAINER Operate on local container --adjust-system-clock Adjust system clock when changing local RTC mode --monitor Monitor status of systemd-timesyncd -p --property=NAME Show only properties by this name -a --all Show all properties, including empty ones --value When showing properties, only print the value See the timedatectl(1) man page for details.
Hope this helps!
Have you tried setting the time from the Manjaro Settings Manager instead?
Manjaro Setting’s time was not disabled and setting it worked (it popped up the sudo dialogue). I wonder why Gnome Setting’s time option was disabled.
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