[plug] Auto setting time in a qemu windows vm

Euan de Kock euan at dekock.net
Sun Aug 10 10:30:13 UTC 2014

The Windows NET TIME command could be used in a script if you have a computer nearby that could be used as a source - Windows or Samba.


Euan deKock

On 9 August 2014 1:35:50 AM AWST, Onno Benschop <onno at itmaze.com.au> wrote:
>You could setup a scheduled task that synced the clock.
>finger painting on glass is an inexact art - apologies for any errors
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>On 8 Aug 2014 18:51, "Bill Kenworthy" <billk at iinet.net.au> wrote:
>> I have some windows images running under qemu on libvirt/kvm and I
>> suspend/resume them via libvirt.  After resuming the time is always
>> and I have to manually correct the time.
>> The Linux VM's I just script sntp but whats the solution with
>> I did hear that qemu was getting some hooks to solve this but I have
>> seen any info - help!
>> BillK
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