I have a program which automatically generates ntp.conf.
Now my question is, if I have a normal linux pc, and I want this one to be the ntp server,
what does ntp.conf look like then ?
my clients have there
server xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx line in there /etc/ntp.conf,all
pointing to that server of mine,
I already tried to let that server (just the pc running ntpd) synchronize on 127.127.1.0 and
also on 127.0.0.1 in ntp.conf, and it synchronizes on that, but the other clients can't seem to synchronize on
that. NTPD just stops.