How to synchronize time with NTPD time server

NTP stands for Network Time Protocol and is used for clock synchronization across multiple computers. An NTP server is responsible for keeping a set of computers in sync with each other. There are NTPD servers available over the internet to which you can sync, or you can run your own NTPD server and configure client computers to sync their times to it.

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Nohup command in Linux with Examples

The nohup command in Linux is used to tell a process to ignore any SIGHUP (hangup) signals that it receives. The SIGHUP signal is sent to a background job whenever the current terminal is closed. Thus, we can have a job in the background, close the terminal, and still see it running in the background.

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