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On Tuesday 18 March 2003 13:12, Andy Arbon wrote:
> Is there a neat way to just run ntpdate at system initialisation? I
> don't want to use my Gentoo machine as an ntp server, but I would like
> it to synchronise its clock with another machine on my network at bootup.
> Is there an easy way to do this, or should I submit it as a RFE to the
> ntpd configuration and startup scripts?
This is allready included in the ntp scripts. Just edit the configuration
file. Btw. ntpd is not a necesarilly server. It takes care that the time
stays correct. Check the ntpd.conf file for restricting the server
Paul de Vrieze