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Re: Any one here have Radclock working on NetBSD?
On 8 Jul 2014 at 20:00, Christos Zoulas wrote:
> In article <53BC3902.15128.17025FC%netbsd.lordynet.org@localhost>,
> David Lord <netbsd%lordynet.org@localhost> wrote:
> >I've downloaded radclock-0.3.3 from
> >http://www.synclab.org/radclock/ but although some of
> >the files indicate it might be possible to compile on
> >NetBSD.I'm unable to get it to build on either
> >NetBSD-6/i386 or NetBSD-6.99.44/amd64.
> >Has anyone ported it to NetBSD?
> Here's enough to get it compiled.
> diff --git a/examples/radclock_capture_packet.c
> index 1c8c04c..c02e854 100644
> --- a/examples/radclock_capture_packet.c
> +++ b/examples/radclock_capture_packet.c
I'll not be able to try it out until Jul 10.
The claimed improvement over stock ntpd is enormous but
I'm doubtful that the feedforward solution will adapt to
wide local temperature variations here.
My pool servers and lan pcs are below 400us rms offset vs
my local gps/pps source but I'd like to improve on that.
Original plan was to feed pps to each host but that
requires additional wiring.
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