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1Date: Wed, 12 Apr 1995 12:42:03 +0100 2Message-ID: <firstname.lastname@example.org> 3From: Andy Chittenden <email@example.com> 4 5Dave 6 7Here is a uuencoded, compressed tar file. The only file I've 8changed is Makefile - I've included the full file rather than diffs. 9There are some new files as well: 10 11 xntp shell script that starts up ntp during boot up 12 (the packaging stuff creates links to it so it comes 13 up at run level 2). As with all svr4 start/stop 14 scripts, it takes one parameter which is either 15 start or stop. It assumes that ntp.conf is in 16 /etc/inet/ntp.conf (where it should be on svr4 17 machines). 18 prototype describes the file contents of the package. 19 You might like to review its contents to 20 see whether you want to include any other 21 files or remove some. NB I've made the man 22 pages go into 1m as they should on svr4. 23 preinstall runs before installation takes place. It 24 ensures that ntp is down if it is up before 25 installing a replacement package 26 postinstall starts up ntp after package installation. 27 preremove brings down ntp before removing the package. 28 29You create a package using "make package". This creates a file 30called xntp.pkg. To install this package, you use 31"pkgadd -d `pwd`/xntp.pkg xntp". This will start up ntp if 32/etc/inet/ntp.conf exists. If you don't want the package anymore, use 33"pkgrm xntp". I have tested this on Solaris 2.4.