NTPsec flags my GPS as a falseticker

Gary E. Miller gem at rellim.com
Thu Mar 19 23:02:40 UTC 2020

Yo Nick!

On Thu, 19 Mar 2020 22:58:22 +0000
"Nick Burkitt" <nick.burkitt at nanotok.com> wrote:

> >How can you tell from a directory listing?  Remove all that and
> >retest.  
> Bingo. /etc/ntp.conf contained one line, "includefile 
> /etc/ntp.d/ntp.conf". Apparently ntpd was processing that, and then 
> scanning /etc/ntp.d again, getting two of everything.
> Sounds like removing /etc/ntp.conf, or leaving it emtpy, is the 
> solution.

Good to finally solve it.  The ntp log file, wth "logconfig all"
would have shown this.

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