I've set up my Raspberry Pi from scratch with BerryBoot set up multiple OS's to boot into.
Whenever I boot into 'OpenELEC 2013.01', the time and date gets set correctly, but whenever I boot into 'Debian Wheezy Raspbian 2012.12', the time on the console is way off. The only 'hint' I get is that while booting, the RPi seems to spend a long time at the (last) point in the boot process, where the console says
[...] Starting NTP server: ntpd
which then changes to
[ ok ] Starting NTP server: ntpd
I have set the timezone and locales correctly with
raspi-config for Raspbian, but the time is always around the last time I manually set with
sudo date -s "2013-03-15 11:00.
Does anyone of you have a hint for help? It's really bothersome to manually set the time before I
git-commit and push some code to my remote repository (and I often forget it, so that the repo is quite messed up).