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Re: tlug: Time Sync

tlug note from Felix Morley Finch <>
>>In article <>, joem <> writes:

> Does anyone have any ideas on how to time-synchronize a Linux
> box automatically from a known standard, like Universal Time?
> I've heard that the GPS can be used, but it's expensive.  

I set up my Linux x86 box a couple of years ago, but perhaps not as
you are thinking.  First step was a call once a week to a NIST time
keeping computer, second was a clock routine which keeps the PC clock
itself very accurate (drifts less than a second a week).  If this is
close enough to what you want, I will try to figure out what I did.

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