[WriteLog] sync time

Marty Tippin martyt@pobox.com
Mon, 9 Apr 2001 11:40:22 -0700 (PDT)

What you need is a "Network Time Protocol (NTP)" server to run
on one machine, and the other one can then synchronize with it.



That package includes an NTP server which you could run on one
machine, then run the client app (or any NTP-based client app)
on the other machine to sync with the one running the NTP

http://www.tolvanen.com/syncit/ - one of many NTP-based client
apps you might want to run.


-Marty NW0L

--- Dan OK1HRA <1hra@atlas.cz> wrote:
> Hello to all,
> we are using Writelog for multi operator station (OL5Q) for
> half a year.
> PROBLEM: The time on the second PC skewes too much during any
> 48 hr contest.
> Do you know any possibility of time synchronization between
> two Win95 PCs
> connected by a local (IP) network (no Internet connection
> available).
> Tnx
> Dan OK1HRA
> __________________
> http://home.zcu.cz/ham

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