adjtimex 1.29-9 source package in Ubuntu

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adjtimex (1.29-9) unstable; urgency=medium

  * debian/patches:
      - Add 07 patch to update manpage adjtimex.8:
        . Add a few new timex status from kernel parameter.
          Thanks to Chris Hiestand <email address hidden>. (Closes: #759399)
        . Update the example to explain --frequency calculation.
          Thanks to Marco Marongiu <email address hidden>.
          (Closes: #743444)
  * debian/contrib:
      - Add a contrib script to calculate frequency from NTP drift file.
        Thanks to <email address hidden>. (Closes: #397182)

 -- Roger Shimizu <email address hidden>  Sat, 29 Oct 2016 20:56:42 +0900

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Uploaded by:
Roger Shimizu on 2016-10-29
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Original maintainer:
Roger Shimizu
Architectures:
linux-any
Section:
admin
Urgency:
Medium Urgency

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Binary packages built by this source

adjtimex: kernel time variables configuration utility

 This package provides a utility to manipulate the kernel time
 variables. For a machine connected to the Internet, or equipped with
 a precision oscillator or radio clock, the best way to keep the
 system clock accurate is using NTP (Network Time Protocol). However,
 for a standalone or intermittently connected machine, you may use
 adjtimex instead to at least correct for systematic drift. It can
 optionally adjust the system clock using the CMOS clock as a
 reference, and can log times for long-term estimation of drift rates.

adjtimex-dbgsym: debug symbols for package adjtimex

 This package provides a utility to manipulate the kernel time
 variables. For a machine connected to the Internet, or equipped with
 a precision oscillator or radio clock, the best way to keep the
 system clock accurate is using NTP (Network Time Protocol). However,
 for a standalone or intermittently connected machine, you may use
 adjtimex instead to at least correct for systematic drift. It can
 optionally adjust the system clock using the CMOS clock as a
 reference, and can log times for long-term estimation of drift rates.