Post by N. McNeil » Thu, 02 Mar 2000 04:00:00

Does anyone out there know of any commercial sites that dosen't
have time(rdate) blocked.

N. McNeill




Post by Bill Unr » Fri, 03 Mar 2000 04:00:00

Quote:>Does anyone out there know of any commercial sites that dosen't
>have time(rdate) blocked.

Install chrony and use an ntp server.


1. Running rdate after networking connection with WLAN and DHCP is established

Hello NG,

I just set up my Debian Linux system and it's working fine. I am writing
this message with this computer.

To have the exact time I want to often update the time information.
Therefor it is useful to run rdate sometimes. Is possible to tell Debian
to run this everytime when the network connection is established?

I know I could init this command in the runlevel start scripts but the
problem is WLAN and DHCP. This takes some time to be set up. Before I
got the IP rdate cannot be run. Do you know a solution?

Daniel B?hmer, Germany

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