Re: [chrony-users] How to set chrony on a remote server with always on internet

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On Mon, 5 Apr 2010, J. Bakshi wrote:

On 04/05/2010 10:30 AM, Bill Unruh wrote:

On Mon, 5 Apr 2010, J. Bakshi wrote:

Thanks for your response. I have followed the tcpdump method with both
firewall enable and disable mode and both the time the output is
same; like

08:32:53.164293 IP > localhost.323: UDP, length 40
08:32:53.164309 IP > UDP, length 44
you can see here that port 323 is accessible but still I get the
error as

chronyc> tracking
506 Cannot talk to daemon

and I have no clue why it can't talk with the daemon :-(

Nor have I .
Are you sure that you have the same version of chronyd and chronyc?
Where did
you get the programs from? ( for example if you are using chornyc
version 1.23
and chronyd 1.24 chronyc will not work.)

mine is debian lenny ( stable branch)

version 1.23-6+lenny1. both chronyd and chronyc are included in this

Try 1.24 from There were some problems with the way that
1.23 handled the rtc which could cause hangups of chronyd ( although that does
not seem to be the problem with you since the log files keep filling). But
there have been a large number of improvements over 1.23
There is probably a debian package already but I do not know where or what it
is calledl.

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