The following changes are in the version 3-5.85 distribution relative to the previous 3.5f version.
autoconfigure. This should make porting to nonstandard machines and operating systems much easier and should simplify the maintenance for multi-architecture sites. See the
./READMEfiles for a brief overview of the new building and installing procedures. See the the building and installing pages in the HTML documentation for further information.
./util/wininstalldirectory for further information.
xntpddaemon now calculates the authentication delay automatically, so it no longer needs to be specified for each architecture and operating system. The
-ecommand-line switch has been removed from the
authdelayconfiguration option has been removed.
statsflags are enabled by default. The
ppsflags are disabled by default.
The following changes are in the version 3.5f distribution relative to the previous 3.4y version.
../machinesfiles for each machine.)
ntp.driftfile in order to activate these modifications.)
ppsoption to the
xntpdcprogram and configuration file
enable/disablecommand, which enables or disables the PPS precision time control signal for both the PPS clock driver and kernel PPS interface, where available. This is primarily intended for situations where external equipment has malfunctioned or the signal has become excessively noisy.
precisionconfiguration file command and
xntpdccommand have been removed; the precision variable quantity is now determined automatically and cannot be changed.
xntpdchave been removed; the functions formerly provided by these commands are now provided by the
Version 3.5 has been compiled and run on at least the following machines, operating systems and compilers. In all known cases, if the gcc compiler eats it with some success, the cc compiler also enjoys the meal; the converse is not always true. Note that, while all clock drivers have been compiled, only certain ones have been tested with each machine and operating system.
Previous versions have been compiled and run on at least the following machines, operating systems and compilers.
Machine OS Comp Notes ------------------------------------------------------------ A/UX 2.0.1, 3.x.x gcc LOCAL_CLOCK (jmj (94/01/26 see hints) AIX 3.2 ? ? Alpha OSF/1 1.2a gcc no REFCLOCK (dm 93/11/20) Alpha OSF/1 1.3 gcc no REFCLOCK (pb 93/10/25) Alpha OSF/1 2.0 gcc no REFCLOCK (dm 94/10/10) Alpha OSF/1 3.0 gcc no REFCLOCK (dm 95/07/15) Alpha OSF/1 3.2 gcc all clock drivers (dm 96/02/07) Convex Convex OS 10.1 ? ? HP3xx HPUX 9.01 cc no REFCLOCK (pb 93/10/25) HP3xx HPUX 8.0 cc no REFCLOCK (pb 93/10/25) HP7xx HPUX 9.0 cc no REFCLOCK hp7xx HPUX 9.01 cc local + PARSE (kd 93/10/26) hp7xx HPUX 9.03 cc all REFCLOCK drivers (dm 95/07/15) HP7xx HPUX 9.04 gcc all clock drivers (uw 96/02/21) PC Linux 1.3.59 gcc (pb1 96/02/10) MIPS Ultrix 3a gcc green (pb 93/10/26) MIPS Ultrix 4.3a gcc all REFCLOCK drivers (dm 93/11/20) MIPS Ultrix 4.4 gcc all clock drivers (dm 96/02/07) MX500 Sinix-m V5.40 cc PARSE REFCLOCK NCR3445 NCR SVR4 cc LOCAL_CLOCK (tm 93/11/29) PC BSD/386 1.0 gcc possibly see "build problems" PC BSDI 2.0.1 gcc (pb 96/02/18) PC Dell SVR4 v2.2 gcc ? (tl 93/12/30) PC FreeBSD gcc LOCAL_CLOCK see "build problems" PC NetBSD? gcc possibly see "build problems" PC Linux (pl14) gcc LOCAL_CLOCK (dw 93/10/30) PC Unixware1/SVR4 cc no tickadj, ? (ras 93/04/11) PC WindowsNT 3.5 VisualC++2.0 no REFCLOCK (vb 95/04/11) RS6000 AIX 3.2 gcc no REFCLOCK S2000 Sequent PTX 1.4 cc LOCAL_CLOCK (kd 93/11/10) S2000 Sequent PTX 1.4 gcc LOCAL_CLOCK (kd 93/11/10) SGI IRIX 4.0.5F gcc no REFCLOCK (pb 93/11/10) SGI IRIX 5.3 cc all clock drivers (dm 96/02/20) Sun3 SunOS 4.1.1 gcc no REFCLOCK (pb 93/10/25) Sun4 SunOS 4.1.1 gcc all clock drivers (dm 96/02/07) Sun4 SunOS 4.1.3 gcc all clock drivers (dm 96/02/07) Sun4 SunOS 5.1 gcc no REFCLOCK (pb 93/10/25) Sun4 SunOS 5.2 gcc no REFCLOCK (dm 93/11/20) Sun4 SunOS 5.3 gcc all clock drivers (dm 96/02/07) Sun4 SunOS 5.4 gcc all clock drivers (dm 96/02/07) Sun4 SunOS 5.5 ? all clock drivers (ao 96/02/16) VAX-11 4.3 Tahoe cc all clock drivers (dm 96/02/20) vb: Viraj Bais <email@example.com> pb1: Paolo Bevilacqua <firstname.lastname@example.org> pb: Piete Brooks dw: Torsten Duwe <email@example.com> bf: Bill Foster <firstname.lastname@example.org> jmj: Jim Jagielski <email@example.com> kd: Frank Kardel tl: Tony Lill <firstname.lastname@example.org> dm: David Mills <email@example.com> tm: Tom Moore <Tom.Moore@DaytonOH.NCR.COM> ao: Alexandre Oliva <firstname.lastname@example.org> ras: Ray Schnitzler <email@example.com> uw: Ulrich Windl <Ulrich.Windl@rz.uni-regensburg.de>