I can set system time:
ntpdate -b -s -u pool.ntp.org
Set the hardware clock from the current system time.
sudo hwclock -w
Reading system time.
Reading hardware clock
sudo hwclock -r
Everything but enabling and starting the service.
When I run:
there is no response. I am guessing systemctl is not a part of Ubuntu in the OSBo image.
It does appear that systemctl is NOT a part of Ubuntu. Several people have told me that “upstart” has replaced it.
Anyone know a conversion from systemctl to upstart?