Leen Toelen toelen at gmail.com
Wed Nov 2 12:05:40 UTC 2005

Is there ar reason ntpdate is not started in the background. Why
should a user have to wait for its clock to be synced while this can
just as well be backgrounded? Is there any program that needs an exact
clock that does not handle a time change afterwards?

Leen Toelen

On 11/2/05, Mario Splivalo <mario.splivalo at mobart.hr> wrote:
> On Wed, 2005-11-02 at 13:30 +0700, LinuxMurah.com wrote:
> > dear friends,
> >
> > can you tell me how to skip the process of ntp.ubuntu.com syncronize?
> > it took 5-10 second to complete. thanks.
> If it's on a desktop/laptop computer, and it's only the annoyance (sorry
> for the spelling if rwong :) ), you can press CTRL-C while ntpdate is
> trying to synchronise.
> I want ntp to be running, it's just that it runs before pppd starts. So
> I skip it with CTRL-C during boot :)
>         Mike
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