[ntp:questions] What is the NTP recovery time from 16s step in GPS server?

Rob nomail at example.com
Wed Oct 31 19:53:06 UTC 2012

John Hasler <jhasler at newsguy.com> wrote:
> Rob wrote:
>> I don't know much about the raspberry.
>> I think it is sort of standard Linux,
> Raspbian is just Debian, recompiled for the particular ARM cpu the
> Raspberry uses and with drivers for the Broadcom video added.  The
> recompilation permits the use of hardware floating point, which is
> different in the Raspberry and the ARM cpus that Debian supports.
> Debian also supports ARM cpus with no hardware floating point and that
> version of Debian runs on the Raspberry but is slower.

What is more important in this case, is the mechanism it uses for
starting daemons, for creating device nodes, etc.

>From what I have read up to now, it appears it users a classical
(System-V like) init, and udev.  Good.

(always keep Lennart Poettering away from your system!)

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