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Re: hwclock can cause system lockup



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Chris wrote:
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> Oh yes, I'm having the time of my life. :) Thanks for the suggestions.

if you would like to make your life a little easier, set up one of
your local boxes, that has internet access, to act as a local server.

let it check 'outside' for time, then you can sync all boxes to a
local time server and *all* of you local network will be in sync.

check '/usr/share/doc/ntp*' where you will find info about 'local ntp'.

hth.

also, if you do not mind, could you please disable sending 'text/html'.
i do not normally reply to 'text/html' as i have them sent to a separate
folder and do not check them often. some who follow tech support list
send 'text/html' to trash and never see 'text/html'. thanks.

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tc,hago.

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