Re: Xntp and GMT
Works quite fine for me, and both on NT and Debian machines. Basically,
you install the XNTP package and during the installation, you feed it
a list of XNTP servers you want to use. You can get a list of public
stratum-1 and -2 servers at http://tycho.usno.navy.mil/clocks1.html
Then you just set your timezone to GMT using tzconfig, and hey! presto,
your systems's running like you intended it to.
If you want more info about NTP in general, here's another neat URL:
http://www.eecis.udel.edu/~ntp/ - the NTP Homepage
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