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synchronize time in a LAN with server

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hi.

I want to synchronize time in my Mac with ISP server.

in linux you can do it easily, even in windows there's some App that can do it. I want to find out if it is possible in Mac, too.

tnx in advance.

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hi.

I want to synchronize time in my Mac with ISP server.

in linux you can do it easily, even in windows there's some App that can do it. I want to find out if it is possible in Mac, too.

tnx in advance.

 

As a matter of fact, MacOS X uses NNTP. You can see ntpd running.

Date&Time control panel is just a fancy UI for it.

If you know how to do it in Linux, it's even easier with MacOS X.

 

bash-3.2$ more /etc/ntp.conf
server time.apple.com

 

Good luck.

 

-- TG

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