>On Fri, 21 Feb 1997, Ashley Baumann wrote:
>> > From: Brandon Gillespie <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>> > What is a good xntpd config if all I want is a basic server that other
>> > boxes on a local net can sync with (both unix and non-unix)..
>> I use the following:
> How does one set it up in /etc/sysconfig so that the machine will
>update and sync the time such as how you do it with ntpdate upon booting
>up or manually but automatically?
RTFM sysconfig(5), xntpd(8), adjkerntz(8), adjtime(2), and read the
comments in the /etc/sysconfig.
Set this in the /etc/sysconfig.
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