File: clock-setup.templates

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Template: debian-installer/clock-setup/title
Type: text
#  Main menu item
# :sl1:
_Description: Configure the clock

Template: clock-setup/utc
Type: boolean
Default: true
# :sl1:
_Description: Is the system clock set to UTC?
 System clocks are generally set to Coordinated Universal Time (UTC).
 The operating system uses your time zone to convert system time into
 local time. This is recommended unless you also use another operating
 system that expects the clock to be set to local time.

Template: finish-install/progress/clock-setup
Type: text
# progress bar item
# :sl1:
_Description: Configuring clock settings...

Template: clock-setup/progress/title
Type: text
# :sl1:
_Description: Setting up the clock

Template: clock-setup/ntp
Type: boolean
Default: true
# :sl2:
_Description: Set the clock using NTP?
 The Network Time Protocol (NTP) can be used to set the system's clock.
 The installation process works best with a correctly set clock.

Template: clock-setup/ntp-server
Type: string
Default: 0.debian.pool.ntp.org
# :sl2:
_Description: NTP server to use:
 The default NTP server is almost always a good choice, but if
 you prefer to use another NTP server, you can enter it here.

Template: clock-setup/progress/ntp
Type: text
# progress bar item
# :sl1:
_Description: Getting the time from a network time server...

Template: clock-setup/progress/hwclock
Type: text
# progress bar item
# :sl1:
_Description: Setting the hardware clock...

Template: clock-setup/hwclock-wait
Type: boolean
Default: false
# :sl2:
_Description: Wait another 30 seconds for hwclock to set the clock?
 Setting the hardware clock is taking longer than expected. The 'hwclock'
 program used to set the clock may have problems talking to the hardware clock.
 .
 Check /var/log/syslog or see virtual console 4 for the details.
 .
 If you choose to not wait for hwclock to finish setting the clock, this
 system's clock may not be set correctly.