Originally Posted by S@R@H
can we use ntp instead of ntpd?
One is the name of the service (ntp) and the other the name of the ntp daemon (ntpd).
I'm not sure what you mean by use instead
. ntpd is one part of the whole ntp service. I guess the answer to your question is no.
and if i mv the ntp then after rebooting the system
will the Time Synchronization Service automatically installed in active mode?
If you followed the steps in post #6, it should work again (the reboot is not needed).
Hope this helps.