Ubuntu 16.04 with ntpd using NEMA/PPS..
peter at bsqt.homeip.net
Mon Jul 11 16:32:02 UTC 2016
If the hardware is OK then... Perhaps show the NTP. Conf file?
On Jul 10, 2016 14:44, "Nils Kassube" <kassube at gmx.net> wrote:
> Howard Leadmon wrote:
> > I have a Garmin 18x which is connected into the serial port on the
> > back of my HP DL-380 G7 server, using USB as some articles suggest to
> > power it up. I have even run the ppstest, and and it showed I had a
> > pps stream coming in, as well as connected to the serial port and I
> > could watch the NEMA data flowing in on the board, so it appears at
> > least hardware wise I should be OK. Trust me, I have thought it just
> > getting the gpsmod for my pi2 and turning it into a time machine so
> > to speak.
> > > lsmod|grep pps
> > The above command shows me:
> > # lsmod|grep pps
> > pps_ldisc 16384 3
> > pps_core 20480 3 pps_ldisc
> > So I am guessing the PPS stuff is in the kernel.
> Yes, obviously the correct module (pps_ldisc) is loaded. Otherwise you
> probably couldn't see the pps stream with ppstest. Unfortunately I have
> no idea what could be wrong - I don't have a ntp server with pps running
> myself. I hope there is someone else who has some experience with pps
> who can help you further.
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