[ntp:questions] Re: Specifying command line parameters for ntpd running as a w2k service?
maarten at kittensandcats.net
Sun Jan 16 13:14:59 UTC 2005
<mayer at gis.net> wrote in message
news:1105837052.445780.214730 at z14g2000cwz.googlegroups.com...
> Maarten Wiltink wrote:
>> "John A. Milburn" <JohnAMilburn at hotmail.com> wrote in message
>> news:GheGd.8667$OF5.7202 at attbi_s52...
>>> "Tapio Sokura" <oh2kku at iki.fi> wrote in message
>>> news:ALHFd.3783$tO5.431 at reader1.news.jippii.net...
>>>> [...] how do I define command line parameters to
>>>> ntpd running as a Windows service?
>>> Open the Services applet.
>>> Stop the service.
>>> At the bottom of the dialog box is a place to put startup
>>> parameters (command line).
>> Yup. And like a thousand people before you, you're going to find
>> that the service ignores them.
> Actually Maarten, this will work since you are not going through
> the standard service startup. The BIND 8 BINDDlg (is that the right
> name? I forget) works this way as you can pass parameters this
> way. It uses the StartService() function, IIRC. It can't be used
> to start the service and pass the arguments automatically
My mistake. So this is only useful for starting a service from an
interactive session? And it's setting parameters in the Parameters
subkey that doesn't work? Does anybody have any idea at all _why_
it doesn't work?
More information about the questions