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Old 04-21-2004, 09:52 AM   #1
downinthemine
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NTPD - add to rc.local or write a script


I have noticed that to start some programs at boot there needs to be a script for it. Others can simply be added to the rc.local. I've got ntpd ready to go. I have a ntp.conf file with valid servers, etc. I want to use ntpd to keep my local clock up to date. Should I write a script for it or just add the command to rc.local?
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