Can anybody to consult me? Which software for SCO Unix Server (v3.2)
may ensure time synchronization over Internet with public Time Servers.
Tcheldiev Igor.(X.400 mail support)
You already have /etc/ntpdate.Quote:harry writes:
> Dear colleagues!
> Can anybody to consult me? Which software for SCO Unix Server (v3.2)
> may ensure time synchronization over Internet with public Time Servers.
My Internet Provider is new-york.net and offers a timeserver, so every
morning at 02:30, cron on my 3.2v4.2 machine runs
/etc/ntpdate -os ntp.new-york.net
On my OSR 5.0.0 machine, I found that I did not need the -o flag.
Choose a timeserver near to you (to avoid too much propagation delay).
I just got my first Linux (Red Hat Intel 4.0 running on a P100)
(extremely cool). I am connected to the net via an Ethernet card,
and I am trying to set my clock as a slave from another machine on the
net. I found the 'timed' command, and I also saw a lot of info
related to xntp. As I don't need super-accuracy, I thought
that using timed would be less painful (enough to keep the clock
in 'shape'). So I tried
But it didn't do any good. It gives me back:
I don't have much of a clue for what I should do to get timed
to do what I want....
Also, I understand that I should put it somewhere to restart at every
'reboot'. Would that be 'rc.local' ????
Any help will be appreciated.