OT: Network Time
|From:||Remi Villatel <maxilys@...>|
|Date:||Friday, December 22, 2006, 23:14|
On Friday 22 December 2006 18:17, Mark J. Reed wrote:
> Yes, if only there were some global network of computer networks . . .
> let's call it the NetworkNet . . . that were chock full of servers
> with synchronized clocks just aching to let your system set its clock
> by them... :)
Well, my Linux box has synchronized its clock with some distant server --I
don't know where-- every time I connect to Internet thanks to NTP (Network
Time Protocol) for years now.
I gave a quick look to the download area, it exists for Windows too.
I haven't touched my clock since I installed XNTP. Time-savings are
automatic and I use my computer to synchronize all the clocks in my house.
It's free, contrarily to the "talking clock" on the phone. (I'm
definitively not sure that 'talking clock" is the appropriate name.)
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