Re: Question : grub commands
On Mon, Aug 14, 2006 at 02:40:58PM -0500, Mike Reinehr wrote:
> 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.
There have been kernel/chipset combinations where the system clock ran
double speed. This is outside the scope of what ntp will tolerate. ntp
won't run on such a system. The system has to be reasonably accurate
before ntp will work with it.