On Fri, Sep 16, 2016 at 08:55:19PM +0300, Michael Tokarev wrote: > 16.09.2016 20:51, Ben Hutchings wrote: > >We should install a minimal NTP client by default. Not ntp, it's far > >more complex than needed and (partly as a result of that) has a poor > >security record. > > Systemd comes with systemd-timesyncd these days, JFYI.
Is the addition systemd-timesyncd documented somewhere? 'just something along the lines of "Simple ntpdate-like time synchronisation is now provided by systemd". I read the NEWS when upgrading and didn't notice this change. Does the laptop task support non-systemd inits? If so, would there be a benefit to a systemd | ntpdate (or alternative) dependency for the task? Cheers, Nicholas P.S. Is openntpd the defacto standard these days, for servers?
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