SDB:Installing and Booting from iSCSI
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You set the clock on your computer using ntp, but the server you are using is no longer working.
This article describes several solutions:
Start YaST2, select "Network Services" and start the module "NTP Client". In "Select" choose "public server". Choose your country from the list, or one that is closest to you, and in the second panel choose a different server. Then click "Test", and if the test was successful, "Ok". Complete the configuration with "Finish".
on the command line
Open the file /etc/sysconfig/ntp and change the variable NTPD_INITIAL_NTPDATE="" to the server of your choice. Then restart ntp with