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read daytime://

 [1/5] from: ronald::free::fr at: 19-Feb-2002 10:18


Hi rebol-listers, Wanted to test the 'daytime:// protocol, but got always this error : ** Access Error: Cannot connect to 138.96.64.10 ** Where: open-proto ** Near: read daytime://138.96.64.10 Couldn't find any ntp that works. Is there a known bug or have I to modify something to give more time to the connection ?? Thanks to all of you, I read this list with great interrest. -- Amitiés, Ronald

 [2/5] from: mario:cassani:icl at: 19-Feb-2002 13:32


Hallo Ronald,
> Wanted to test the 'daytime:// protocol, but got always this error : > > ** Access Error: Cannot connect to 138.96.64.10 > ** Where: open-proto > ** Near: read daytime://138.96.64.10
you are probably behind a firewall or a proxy that cuts the NTP port communication. Mario

 [3/5] from: sanction2023:y:ahoo at: 20-Feb-2002 10:16


The daytime protocol is different from NTP. You need to find a server offering the daytime service common on UNIX boxes. If you want to set up a Windows machine as a time server, I would recommend About Time. It is freeware and very simple to set up, just leave it running with the time servers turned on. You can get it at http://www.arachnoid.com/abouttime/ On a Unix box, just enable daytime in /etc/inetd.conf. Marc On Tuesday 19 February 2002 02:18 am, you wrote:

 [4/5] from: tbrownell:shaw:ca at: 20-Feb-2002 10:34


I would recommend accessing an atomic clock instead, probably more accurate.. Many are available, just do a search. TB ----- Original Message ----- From: "Marc L" <[sanction2023--yahoo--com]> To: <[rebol-list--rebol--com]> Sent: Wednesday, February 20, 2002 9:16 AM Subject: [REBOL] Re: read daytime:// The daytime protocol is different from NTP. You need to find a server offering the daytime service common on UNIX boxes. If you want to set up a Windows machine as a time server, I would recommend About Time. It is freeware and very simple to set up, just leave it running with the time servers turned on. You can get it at http://www.arachnoid.com/abouttime/ On a Unix box, just enable daytime in /etc/inetd.conf. Marc On Tuesday 19 February 2002 02:18 am, you wrote:

 [5/5] from: ronald:free at: 21-Feb-2002 15:10


Bonjour Marc, Wednesday, February 20, 2002, 6:16:31 PM, vous avez écrit: ML> The daytime protocol is different from NTP. You need to find a server ML> offering the daytime service common on UNIX boxes. If you want to set up a ML> Windows machine as a time server, I would recommend About Time. It is ML> freeware and very simple to set up, just leave it running with the time ML> servers turned on. You can get it at http://www.arachnoid.com/abouttime/ ML> On a Unix box, just enable daytime in /etc/inetd.conf. ML> Marc ML> On Tuesday 19 February 2002 02:18 am, you wrote:
>> Hi rebol-listers, >>
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>> >> Thanks to all of you, I read this list with great interrest.
ML> -- ML> To unsubscribe from this list, please send an email to ML> [rebol-request--rebol--com] with "unsubscribe" in the ML> subject, without the quotes. Thanks for the answer. I've been trying a lot of time servers, and this one works well with daytime : daytime://fartein.ifi.uio.no -- Amitiés, Ronald

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