[ntp:questions] Default config on Ubuntu doesn't work as client

Richard B. Gilbert rgilbert88 at comcast.net
Tue Mar 11 18:15:28 UTC 2008

Maarten Wiltink wrote:
> "Richard B. Gilbert" <rgilbert88 at comcast.net> wrote in message
> news:47D680B2.1050806 at comcast.net...
> [...]
>>My experience with VMWare is limited to VMWare ESX.  With ESX all you
>>need to do is to log in as root, edit ntp.conf to include your favorite
>>servers, start ntpd and enjoy.
> Is that the free one? (The free one is what I have at home. It's free.)
> With the free version, you have to install the VMware tools in every
> client, and enable 'Time synchronization between the virtual machine
> and the host operating system' on the options tab. (This is on a Windows
> client.)
> Groetjes,
> Maarten Wiltink

I don't think the ESX version is free!  My employer at that time bought 
a copy.  We installed it on a server and ran two or three virtual 
machines on it.  I configured NTP on it.  This was ca. 2003.

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