Yes, I did but it didn't work.mrengles wrote: That's weird ntpdate works just fine for me. Have you set your time zone away from (UTC) the image default like mentioned in Ryan's (fo0bar) Ubuntu Wiki post?
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$ sudo dpkg-reconfigure tzdata
Of course, it's compatible and the drive works fine with my Raspberry if I mount it _AFTER_ Linux initialization, but not in /etc/fstabmichaeljquinn wrote:hmm, not sure about USB 3.0 and the pi, is the drive USB 2.0 compatible. ??