network time

Stephen R Laniel steve at laniels.org
Mon Sep 5 12:18:48 UTC 2005


On Mon, Sep 05, 2005 at 08:11:52AM -0400, Frank McCormick wrote:
> For some reason I noticed this morning (it may have been happening for
> a while) that my system no longer contacts the Ubuntu timeserver for
> the correct time. 
> Where in the bootup scripts is this located? I probably accidentally
> deleted it sometime in the distant past.

/etc/init.d/ntpdate -- here 'ntp' stands for 'network time
protocol.

The best way that I've found to remove items from your
startup scripts is to install and use rcconf. Then go
through the menu in there and check off startup scripts that
you want to exclude.

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Stephen R. Laniel
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http://laniels.org/
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