[ntp:questions] PPS only configuration

unruh unruh at invalid.ca
Sun Jan 20 02:03:10 UTC 2013


On 2013-01-20, Mischanko, Edward T <Edward.Mischanko at arcelormittal.com> wrote:
> Unruh,
>
> Now I understand what you see.
> That would be frustrating, for sure.
> I have no idea why the program is acting
> this way; it certainly is not what I expected.
> Please accept my apologies. I will use the "Enter"
> key more often from now on.

This time it is coming out fine. 


>
> Regards,
> Ed
>
>> >
>> > I have now set the line length to 50
>> characters.  I have no idea what your
>> requirements are; I am trying to please you! As
>> for OT, I would have contacted you directly, but
>> you have an invalid email address; I have now
>> other means to communicate with you.
>> 
>> It is not working. As you can see from the quote
>> above and below of your
>> submission, there are no line breaks at all
>> except before and after your "Regards"
>> line and after your "Unruh," line. What I
>> suspect is that your program
>> is only setting the length of lines it displays,
>> not lines it sends out.
>> Ie, to you it looks like the stuff you type out
>> has a line length of 50,
>> but what gets sent out has no line breaks at all
>> except the ones you
>> put in manually.
>> 
>> My news reader puts in a > at the beginning of
>> every line in the text it
>> responds to. Note that your text above has a >
>> at the begininning of the
>> Unruh, line, a > at the beginning of the next
>> blank line, and a single >
>> at the beginning of the 256 character text line.
>> That 256 character long
>> single line is what I see, not a sequence of six
>> 50 character lines.
>> >
>> > Regards,
>> > Ed
>> >
>> >>
>> >> Well, if the above was sent from work, then
>> yes,
>> >> its version of what 66
>> >> characters is is too wide.
>> >> This whole discussion is certainly OT, since
>> it
>> >> has nothing to do with
>> >> "PPS only configuration" or even ntp.
>> >>
>> >>
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