The Network Time Protocol, is used to synchronize system clocks to precision time servers on the internet or locally connected devices such as a GPS.

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NTP symmetric mode

I'm configuring NTP symmetric modes. Say I have Peer A (192.168.101.1) and Peer B(192.168.101.2) and configure their ntp.conf as follows: # Peer A peer 192.168.101.2 server 127.127.1.0 fudge ...
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NTP synchroinzation waiting for a while after booting

According to the recommendation on Arch Wiki, I set my hardware clock to UTC. And here is the result of timedatectl status on my machine when just booted: Local time: Tue 2013-07-02 15:38:03 ...
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Properly configuring symmetric active NTP?

I'm trying to configure two NTP servers to be peers to each other but I have no idea how to tell if it is working or not or whether my NTP configuration is even correct. I've put a simplified view of ...
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ntp not syncing

Since my hardware (Rasberry Pi) does not have a hardware-clock, each bootup warps us back to the 1970's, so I use NTP. The gateway in the wifi I am in provides an NTP-Server-service. my /etc/ntp.conf ...
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NTP Problems - sntp: too many bad or lost packets

I need some help from you guys regarding NTP on Suse. I have a server, whose IP is 192.168.100.52, which is based on Suse Linux and here is my NTP conf file: server 192.168.100.11 iburst restrict ...
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Setting NTP Server on Raspberry Pi with EM411 GPS Module

So for my little project, I'm trying to set up an ntp server using Raspberry Pi and GPS Modul EM411. First I connect the gps module, install gpsd, gpsd-clients, and python-gps. Then I run this: sudo ...