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date: cannot set date: Operation not permitted [duplicate]

I have received an interesting problem during I tried to set my Server time either with NTD or manually using date command. First of all I have tried to use NTD. I have succesfully installed the ...
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Linux Centos 6.2 “hangs” until date is synchronized

I'm having a problem that i cannot understand why or how to solve it. I have a Centos 6.2 server, that's my secondary DNS (bind 8) and DHCP (ISC's dhcp server). I need to maintain an accurate date ...
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Why is $ date still displaying EST when /etc/localtime is symlinked to /usr/share/zoneinfo/GMT?

I'm having a problem setting the date on my server... $ ls -la /etc | grep localtime lrwxrwxrwx 1 root root 23 Mar 6 12:07 /etc/localtime -> /usr/share/zoneinfo/GMT For some reason, although ...
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How do you set a DATE variable to use in a log for crontab output?

I was playing aroudn with some variations of date like DATE = $(date) but that didnt work either crontab -e CRONLOG=/tmp/log/crontab.log DATEVAR=`date +20\%y\%m\%d_\%H\%M\%S` * * * * * echo ...
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Server Time Jumped Ahead 7 Months

CentOS 5.x My CentOS server appears to have jumped ahead 7 months. I'm not sure how or why. Are there any logs in CentOS that could provide more insight here? Unfortunately, ntpd was not running. ...