[ntp:questions] Silly question.

David Lord snews at lordynet.org
Sun Dec 15 15:24:00 UTC 2013


Hal Murray wrote:
> In article <MPG.2d16dc26c99a8af7989688 at aioe.org>,
>  DaveB <spam.goes at nowhere.com> writes:
> 
>> But, I don't know, nor can find out where the newly built newer version 
>> ntpd was placed, so I can change that variable above.
>>
>> So...  Where is it likely to have been put?  Or how do I find out?
> 
> You could run "make install" again, and watch the printout to see
> where it put stuff.
> 
> You could try something like "locate ntpd | grep usr"
> (That's guessing that it's someplace in usr.)
> The locate database only gets updated weekly, but "man locate"
> will tell you how to update it right-now.
> 
> You could try "find /usr -name ntpd"
> 

I don't have FreeBSD running just now but on NetBSD:
$ whereis ntpd
/usr/sbin/ntpd
/usr/local/bin/ntpd


David



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