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Hi! I am trying to configure my ntpd to sync my computer clock, but I can't figure ut how to do it. I don't want to use ntpd -q and just sync it on computer startup, because the clock drifts too much. How do I manage to get a properly configured ntpd without giving the whole world access to it? Thanks beforhand! Regards //Niclas...

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    Hi!
    I am trying to configure my ntpd to sync my computer clock, but I can't
    figure ut how to do it. I don't want to use ntpd -q and just sync it on
    computer startup, because the clock drifts too much.

    How do I manage to get a properly configured ntpd without giving the
    whole world access to it?
    Thanks beforhand!

    Regards
    //Niclas
    Niclas Guest

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    Niclas Zeising wrote: 

    man ntpd

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    Best regards,
    Chris

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    Chris Guest

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    Default Re: ntpd and ntp.conf

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    Better yet, check out the Handbook section. Much easier to understand
    than the manual.

    Best Regards,
    Christopher Nehren
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