On Wed, 11 Jun 2003, Joe Doran wrote:
> Has anyone been able to get a NTP client/server to work on
If I'm not greatly mistaken, running ntpd is just a matter of slightly
modifying m0n0wall to get a running instance of ntpd at startup and to
allow ntp traffic to/from the box. That should pretty much be all if you
don't want a fancy UI for modifying the ntp config. Once you figure out
your box's drift, you can statically burn an ntp.drift file onto CF as
OTOH, if I *am* mistaken, I'll be gladly corrected by the list.
> I get up to the point of the timezone. How in the world do you set the
> timezone using PHP? I know Manuel has it on his agenda, but I would like
> to get this in place so I can sink my machines to m0n0wall.
ntp is not concerned with time zones. it uses UTC and nothing else.