Re: Question : grub commands
On Monday 14 August 2006 01:40 pm, Gnu-Raiz wrote:
> On Monday 14 August 2006 11:07, Hans-J. Ullrich wrote:
> > Hello !
> > Just an easy question:
> > Is there a difference between "disable_timer_pin_1" and
> > "noapictimer" at startup in grub ? If yes, what is the difference
> > ?
> > (This command is needed to get the clock running correct)
> > regards
> > Hans
> Why not use Chrony and your local pool.ntp.org servers for time?
> Also what happens if you don't reboot for a long time, then how do
> you keep your time correct?
> Not that it makes a difference, but those are kernel commands, I
> believe all grub does is pass those on to the kernel anyway.
> Your local search engine will be most useful here, might want to
> give it a go.
ntp-simple couldn't be easier to install & use and will keep your system time
synchronized with the national time servers. I also would recommend ntpdate
if you shut your system down frequently. Ntpdate will set the time on boot,
while ntp-simple will keep it synchronized.
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