Re: What happens if ntp server unavailable at start up?
David Woolley wrote:[color=blue]
> Martin Burnicki wrote:
>> As mentioned frequently on this page, the docs at [url]www.ntp.org[/url] only refer
>> to the ntp-dev version (in this case the online docs are not correct,
> Rather than continually repeat this, ...[/color]
Unforunately this seems to be required ;-)
> ... why not arrange the documentation
> so that the documenation that is most likely to match user requirements
> is easiest to find, with a bias to making that for unsophisticated users
> easiest (e.g. Windows, easier that RHEL, and RHEL easier than general
That's a good idea. However, this had to be done by configuration of the
search engine, if the search engine can at all be configured this way.
Especially for the example discussed here, I would not know how to improve
the search results except for giving search terms which are more specific.