Projects / nfstimesync


nfstimesync is a tool for synchronizing the time of an NFS server and client without root rights. It was developed to allow the "make" program work correctly with NFS. It was tested on Linux (i386, alpha, sparc), Solaris (sparc), and FreeBSD. It should be easily portable to any Unix with LD_PRELOAD enabled.

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Recent releases

  •  08 Apr 2003 12:44

    Release Notes: A bug with non-empty LD_PRELOAD was fixed. nts has been split into nts and ntssetup. The new -p option prevents the LD_PRELOAD variable from being changed. This is useful if a library is in the /etc/

    •  17 Feb 2003 12:24

      Release Notes: A debug option was added. FreeBSD 4.7, Solaris (SPARC), and Linux on the Alpha and SPARC are now supported.

      •  29 Jan 2003 15:57

        No changes have been submitted for this release.


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