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Re: ntpd won't set clock

On Thu, Nov 03, 2005 at 11:12:03AM +0100, Heinrich Rebehn wrote:
> I am using the openntpd package, not ntp. Its manpage states:
> -s          Set the time immediately at startup if the local clock is
> off by more than 180 seconds.  Allows for a large time correction,
> eliminating the need to run rdate(8) before starting ntpd.
> ...
> With openntpd i have only one program for the initial time setting and
> the continuous adjustment.
> But id doesn't seem to work. Is no one else using openntpd?
> --Heinrich

Aah, right you are. Openntpd is as far as I know not the prefered
choice within pool.ntp.org. As for the usage of openntpd I will have to
pass on that one.

I still though advice you to use ntpdate or date to adjust the time for
nomale usage of openntpd.


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