Ntpdate no servers can be used exiting Skanderborg




Date: 2017-04-20 05:10

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The simple truth is that you cannot run ntpdate and ntpd on the same computer without a port collision - ntpd listens on UDP 678, and ntpdate sends from UDP 678.

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.and tried using the ntpd daemon instead of the ntpdate utility. It won't sync my time either the daemon starts fine, but my clock remains off. I even tried using the exact /etc/ from the accepted answer in the latter post, and restarting the daemon. No go. Anyway, I don't want to use the daemon. I am perfectly aware that ntpdate is considered "deprecated", and it is advised to use ntpd -q instead. Also see here:

[SOLVED] ntpdate - No Servers - Ubuntu Forums

Thank you for taking the time to report this bug and helping to make Ubuntu better. You reported this bug a while ago and there hasn x77 t been any activity in it recently. We were wondering is this still an issue for you? Can you try with the latest Ubuntu release, Hardy Heron? Thanks in advance.

Time - ntpdate: no server suitable for synchronization

For #7 wait until the asterisk goes beside your PDC emulator or the time source you have specified. It may not be right away and I've had it take a while.

Should this issue be fixed on current Ubuntu ?
Having systemd 769-7ubuntu6 installed, this issue still appears.

Even with the -u option, which tells ntpdate to use an unprivileged port for syncing (instead of port 678 ) which is certainly not blocked from my work place:

I clean installed Ubuntu Karmic in october 7559 and just discovered that my system time is 65 minutes off. I had ntp as well as ntpdate installed, but it clearly never synchronized. The time and date applet in the panel doesn x77 t work either. I deinstalled ntp and manually executed ntpdate and the right time was set. So how come this is not marked as a bug? Is it a feature that Karmic won x77 t update the time?

Hew, your response most likely was not meant in a negative way but at least when I first read it, it felt a bit negative. Maybe ask someone else outside to read it. I did, and they felt it was worth mentioning.

If you can be more specific about your goals and want to post the results of 'ntpq -p' command as well as your file, we'll be in a better postion to help you.

If you want a ntp server without internet access you must not define servers at your file, you can comment it adding a # at the start of the line:

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