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Re: [K12OSN] local apps time stamps off



Probably best to set up ntp in the client chroot. Since the root chroot is read only, you will have to make the edits to your ntp client setup from the server. You probably won't be able to use to drift file either. Maybe get the correct  config set up on the server and copy it to the chroot?

Barry R Cisna <brcisna eazylivin net> wrote:

>Hello All,
>
>Can anyone give me a link,,or "how they done it" in regards to getting
>time stamps to come in correctly when running various apps as a local
>app? 
>I have tried for many variations of setting time zone on the client
>chroot,but, ultimately, when running for example, web browser ,chat
>client, evoultion, the time stamps for various events are some times,two
>hours off,and sometimes even a half day off.
>I have tried setting up a network time sync in the chroot,but does not
>seem to take effect.
>Long story short I have never messed much with running apps locally,but
>as of now,we have some very nice machines running as TC's and can
>without a doubt handle all of the apps that could possibly be run in a
>K12LInux setting.
>It is very much a hinderence for end users seeing this very obvious
>problem,running local apps in K12Linux.
>
>Thank You,
>Barry
>
>
>
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