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Was: Sync'in Time
Hi
I use dial-up account, so when I boot up, I am not connected to the net.
xntp exits , and log says that -

May 2 11:30:30 basslake ntpdate[389]: can't find host sundial.columbia.edu
May 2 11:30:30 basslake ntpdate[389]: can't find host tick.cs.unlv.edu
May 2 11:30:30 basslake ntpdate[389]: no servers can be used, exiting
May 2 11:30:30 basslake xntpd[392]: ntpd 4.0.99f Mon Apr 9 10:57:57 GMT 2001 (
May 2 11:30:30 basslake xntpd[392]: signal_no_reset: signal 13 had flags 400000
May 2 11:30:30 basslake xntpd[392]: precision = 11 usec
May 2 11:30:30 basslake xntpd[392]: kern_enable is 1
May 2 11:30:30 basslake xntpd[392]: using kernel phase-lock loop 0040
May 2 11:30:30 basslake xntpd[392]: frequency initialized 0.000 from /etc/ntp.d
May 2 11:30:30 basslake xntpd[392]: using kernel phase-lock loop 0041

Question: Do I need to stop, then restart xntpd every time I go on line ? ,
or is there a command-line command to tell xntpd to get the time sync from the net servers ?

Thanks for any info.
John


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