[ntp:questions] Re: OpenBSD NTP compile problem - END THREAD

Brendan Hoffmann bthammy at netscape.com
Wed Nov 26 18:29:51 UTC 2003

The patch didnt work for me but I can't thank you enough for the 
response.  I will just wait for the project to grow until it reaches the 
point to where it works.  I am going to re-do the system and strictly 
use the ports.  Ill use the NTP port.

To the developers:  Thank you very much for your responses and input. 
It is a great program.  Keep up the great work!!!

-Brendan  (bhoffmann AT dls DOT net)

Roy wrote:

> Brendan Hoffmann <bthammy at netscape.com> wrote in message news:<Lpmdne-RC4VHnVmi4p2dnA at dls.net>...
>>Very very wierd....I am not running IPV6 at all.
>>Is there a possible way to disable ntp's configure script to not look 
>>for it?
>>Harlan Stenn wrote:
>>>Yes, there is a problem with IPv6 on a variety of platforms, and there
>>>are several bugzilla items open on this.
> Brendan,
> You may want to try the patches listed in
>  http://bugzilla.ntp.org/show_bug.cgi?id=225
> That quick hack has ntp-4.2.0 running on my OpenBSD 3.3 system.
> Have a great time,
> roy
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