Running manual NTP (network time protocol) In Ubuntu Linux

If your Ubuntu is out of time sync you can run a manual comand to syncronize the clock. command is:
Running ntpdate with no options / switches will couse it to try to sync with default servers. If none are set you will get an error similar to:
ntpdate[15110]: no servers can be used, exiting
then run it with servers address.
for example:
you might need to run sudo if you are not system root:
sudo ntpdate
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