[Samba] Accepting Time Server

Michael MacIsaac mikemac at us.ibm.com
Fri Jun 6 13:19:27 GMT 2003

If samba and xntpd are running, you're done!  Samba is a time server.

Setting the smb.conf parameter "time server = yes" will cause Samba to
advertise itself as a time server in the browse list through nmbd.
Regardless of this setting, clients can still set their time with the "net
time" command.

          -Mike MacIsaac, IBM  mikemac at us.ibm.com   (845) 433-7061

SoloCDM <deedsmis at aculink.net>@lists.samba.org on 06/06/2003 01:04:52 AM

Please respond to deedsmis at aculink.net; Please respond to samba at samba.org

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To:    "Samba (Request)" <samba at samba.org>
Subject:    [Samba] Accepting Time Server

How do I configure Samba 2.2.7a to act as a time server in Mandrake
8.0 for the Microsoft workstations?  I know about ntpd and how
it's configured.

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