BTW for a dial-up system i take the ntpd link out of /etc/rc5.d/ and put it in the 
/etc/ppp/ip-up.local and /etc/ppp/ip-down.local files. No point in the server running 
and posting errors when you are off-line. 

On 08 Jul 2003 21:20:55 -0700
James Sparenberg <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:

> On Tue, 2003-07-08 at 20:42, Glenn Burkhardt wrote:
> > ntpd is not configured for general use 'out of the box'.  Its default 
> > configuration assumes that you have a timeserver on your local network, whcih 
> > is on subnet
> > 
> > The documentation good - read it.
> > 
> > You have to choose some time servers on the internet, and add entries for them 
> > in /etc/ntp.conf.  Comment out the lines with "multicastclient" and 
> > "broadcastdelay".
> Cheaters way to configure it. If you have the wizards installed.  (urpmi
> wizards will get it.)  It will give you a new icon on the left called
> Server Configuration.  Chose Time Wizard from the list (it's at the
> bottom scroll down.) and it will give you a list of working time
> servers... and set things up to a working condition.  
> James


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