Boot Camp: Week 1: Thursdaypart of Bootcamp Week 1 by James Buszard-Welcher
Check out the detailed reference. Sun uses multicast by default, so we want to turn that off. The 'xntpd' daemon does fine tuning of your clock. To start off, you will want to do an adjustment of the clock, then let 'xntpd' keep you synced.
peer 18.104.22.168 version 2 # otc1.psu.edu
peer 22.214.171.124 driftfile /etc/inet/ntp.drift # path for drift file
ntpupdate 126.96.36.199 188.8.131.52 184.108.40.206If you are behind some kind of firewall, use the
-uoption to ntpdate.
If you are ahead of the rest of the class, try this quick network lab...
Grab the AOL Server ini file here
I would like at least one volunteer to go from someone caught-up with the labs to through these steps. This volunteer should use Wimpy Point to make a presentation of the steps.
This afternoon, we'll have an open lab to get people caught up. Those who are ahead can jump into installing qmail. The lab/prsentation points to a quick run down of the relevant information.
Last modified: Wed Jun 16 23:23:35 EDT 1999