Unix And Linux Time Synchronisation

Unix and Linux time synchronisation means synchronising the clock on a computer which uses either Unix or Linux as there operating system. The operating systems are diffrent to each other and so require diffrent time sync software in order to collect the signal and convert it so that the time can be altered.

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