Advanced Linux Tasks
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This instructions apply to Debian 8 Jessie and Debian 9 Stretch. If you are running Angstrom check how to update at Radarcape:Linux_Distribution_choice.
- user: Debian password: temppwd
- user: root password: <empty password>
- user: jetvision password: jetvision
For executing root/privileged tasks use sudo, eg. "sudo apt update -y && sudo apt upgrade -y".
By default includes systemd NTP Client Only. Check the status with:
1 systemctl status systemd-timesyncd
Comes by default with Chrony configured as Client and Server, preferring the local GNSS/GPS reference if available.
As so it can work as a Stratum 1 Server, with a time accuracy at Ethernet level of about 1 μs.
Chrony comes installed and works by default without configuration on new devices.
If you have a older device with a GNSS chip which is not the Trimble SMT360 (Check under Status->GPS), then you need to edit file /etc/chrony/chrony.conf and increase refclock SOCK offset to 0.4.
To check status type:
1 chronyc tracking 2 chronyc sources
NTPD support for the Radarcape is not the best.
If you prefer to run NTPD, then you can replace it.
First enable Radarcape to output data to NTPD. On the web menu go to Settings -> General -> NTP Reference Clock Data and activate "Publish time to shared memory for NTPD or Chrony".
Then on the console type:
1 sudo apt update -y 2 sudo apt install ntp -y