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Thread: NTP "Error: Can not update the dynamic configuration policy."

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    dd@home.dk NNTP User

    Default NTP "Error: Can not update the dynamic configuration policy."

    in http://forums.opensuse.org/showthread.php?t=478073 caf wrote:
    but, when i do that i get "Error: Can not update the dynamic
    configuration policy." and every time i go back to that YaST dialog i
    see it has reverted to not running the daemon, see:
    http://susepaste.org/48252341

    strange! i have tried disabling Novell's App Armor and run chrooted or
    not, with no change

    32 bit 11.4 KDE4.6, other details in sig

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    dd@home.dk NNTP User

    Default [SOLVED] Re: NTP "Error: Can not update the dynamic configurationpolicy."

    On 09/08/2012 10:20 AM, dd@home.dk wrote:
    > when i do that i get "Error: Cannot update the dynamic configuration policy"


    idiot! just one google using the subject line of this thread and BOOM,
    first hit worked perfectly:

    http://kenabuangkeja.blogspot.dk/201...e-dynamic.html

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    Default Re: [SOLVED] Re: NTP "Error: Can not update the dynamic configurationpolicy."

    Am 08.09.2012 20:13, schrieb dd@home.dk:
    > idiot!

    Hi dd, now you have to ban yourself, because you insulted yourself


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    dd@home.dk NNTP User

    Default Re: [NOT solved] Re: NTP "Error: Can not update the dynamic configurationpolicy."

    On 09/08/2012 08:35 PM, Martin Helm wrote:
    > Am 08.09.2012 20:13, schrieb dd@home.dk:
    >> idiot!

    > Hi dd, now you have to ban yourself, because you insulted yourself


    i couldn't ban anyone, even if i wanted to.

    anyway, today i boot and see that what i did yesterday didn't 'fix' the
    problem, it only provided a short term work around to eliminate the
    symptoms for ONE session..

    what is happening: because i have edited resolv.conf (to include
    google's 8.8.8.8 etc) there is a conflict between it and
    resolv.conf.netconfig which is blocking the system from running ntpd..

    sigh!

    so, i _guess_ i have to either let the startup scripts do as they wish
    with resolv.conf, OR figure out how to do 8.8.8.8 the 'correct' way, OR
    not use 8.8.8.8, OR continue to live without ntpd running, locally..

    double sigh!

    now, i will ban myself for a few hours (while i drive cross country)..

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