sudo timestamp

Grzesiek gzohop at
Wed Dec 17 22:12:46 CET 2014

W dniu 17.12.2014 o 21:25, Łukasz Maśko pisze:
> Dnia środa, 17 grudnia 2014 17:57:29 Elan Ruusamäe pisze:
>> so, each time i reboot machine, sudo complains about timestamp:
>> $ sudo bash -l
>> sudo: ignoring time stamp from the future
>> [sudo] password for glen:
>> any ideas what's that? because our sudo is supposed to use /var/db/sudo
>> ... and that dir is not cleaned with reboot
>> sudo-1.8.10p3-1.x86_64
> Maybe this is stupid, but... a you sure that you have the system time set
> correctly?

Or maybe hardware clock does not get set, and is always out of sync and 
just the system clock gets NTP sync witch is lost after reboot?

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