[time-nuts] Beaglebone NTP server
Graham / KE9H
ke9h.graham at gmail.com
Tue Dec 9 12:59:26 EST 2014
For those of you that have gotten the BeagleBone Black up and
running as an ntp server with the 1PPS signal input in kernel space,
what gpio input pin is being used?
I guess I am asking if the kernel "pps-gpio" has a specific preferred pin,
or whether it can be mapped to any available gpio pin.
--- Graham / KE9H
On Tue, Dec 9, 2014 at 11:18 AM, Bob Darlington <rdarlington at gmail.com>
> Hourly cron jobs, perhaps?
> On Tue, Dec 9, 2014 at 8:04 AM, David J Taylor <
> david-taylor at blueyonder.co.uk> wrote:
> > Thanks for pointing this out David,
> > Compiling an new kernel was holding me back. I followed your instructions
> > and
> > everything works beautiful. The PI that is running the PPS timekeeping
> > with NTP
> > is serving as a VLF receiver as well. Taxing the poor CPU, but with
> > kernel PPS support
> > the NTP daemon has become way happier! (see attachment)
> > 73, Frits W1FVB
> > ==============================================
> > Oh, yes! That's much better, Frits! Delighted to have helped!
> > (Although it now shows up an hourly periodicity - any idea what might be
> > causing that?)
> > 73,
> > David GM8ARV
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