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Time server status URL


I really don't know whether this is common knowledge, but I discovered it   
while investigating servers specified by Nistime, a nice, concise app for   
Win written by a competent person at NIST. (Nistime queries the selected   
server, does a comparison of machine's time with received time-server   
time, and displays the difference.) 

The paragraph below the table, about authenticated NTP requests, might be   
of some interest. 

Hope someone finds this useful. :) 

Assuming that there's not much subscriber overlap, I'm also posting this   
info. to the Seattle Linux List, hoping that I'm not committing Major Sin   
by doing so. 


Nicholas Bodley |+| Waltham, Mass. 
Using Opera e-mail on OpenSUSE 10.3: 
POP3 fetch is maybe 30x as fast as KMail, 
and classifying received messages 
is also comparable. (2.2 GHz Athlon 64, too!) 

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