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Replacing the RH 8 ntp daemon

Posted on 2003-02-19
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Last Modified: 2013-12-15
The ntpd has been corrupted.  What is the best way to replace it and get an ntp server running quickly?
Question by:cbutler_pdx
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majorwoo earned 200 total points
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#uninstall it
rpm -e ntp

#download it

#reinstall it
rpm -ivh ntpntp-4.1.1a-9.i386.rpm

redo your /etc/ntp.conf file (you may want to save the severs  you have from your old one)

now just how is it corrupted?

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