HTTP Time Protocol is a time synchronization tool that uses Web server responses (HTTP headers) instead of the NTP protocol. If you are behind a corporate firewall, NAT device, or proxy server, HTP will still be able to synchronize the time. For high precision time synchronization, use ntpd.
|Tags||Internet Web Networking Time Synchronization NTP|
|Operating Systems||Unix POSIX Linux|
Release Notes: This release removes Debian and RPM installation information and fixes manpages.
Release Notes: This release fixes part of the incorrect bugfix in 1.0.6.
Release Notes: This release fixes an out-of-bound issue.
Release Notes: This release adds fixes for the Debian build.
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