[ntp:questions] where is the most authoritative NTP documentation?

Ron Frazier (NTP) timekeepingntplist at c3energy.com
Thu Mar 29 13:10:05 UTC 2012


Thanks to all who responded to this.  This is good info, which I'm 
definitely saving.

Ron

On 3/28/2012 4:33 PM, Steve Kostecke wrote:
> On 2012-03-28, Ron Frazier (NTP)<timekeepingntplist at c3energy.com>  wrote:
>
>    
>> Where is the most authoritative and up to date NTP documentation?
>>      
> Documentation for each release may be found in the ./html/ directory of
> each stable release. Please visit http://archive.ntp.org/ntp4/ if you
> need to download a release tarball.
>
>    
>> Here:          http://www.eecis.udel.edu/~mills/ntp/html/index.html
>>      
> That is the current documentation for NTP development releases; it
> should not be considered authoritative for stable releases.
>
>    
>> Or Here:     http://doc.ntp.org/
>>      
> This site archives the official documentation for stable releases of
> NTP. The documentation contained in this archive is presented in its
> original form with the exception of the addition of a site-wide
> searching / navigation tool-bar and an HTML wrapper, which includes the
> tool bar, for plain-text files and directory listings.
>
>    

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