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Re: [acf] acf-chrony problems

From: Ted Trask <>
Date: Fri, 13 Mar 2009 05:43:47 -0700 (PDT)

Thanks for reporting this issue (very clear and accurate). It will be fixed in acf-chrony-0.1.11 (not sure yet which version of alpine will contain that release).  In the meantime, you can adjust your installation by editing /usr/share/acf/app/chrony/chrony-model.lua as follows: Index: chrony-model.lua =================================================================== --- chrony-model.lua    (revision 1726) +++ chrony-model.lua    (working copy) _at_@ -41,7 +41,7 @@                 config.value.keyfile.errtxt = "Invalid file name"                 success = false         end -       if not validator.is_integer(config.value.commandkey.value) then +       if config.value.commandkey.value ~= "" and not validator.is_integer(config.value.commandkey.value) then                 config.value.commandkey.errtxt = "Must be an integer"                 success = false         end Don't forget to add this file to your lbu include (Local backups | Config | Included item(s)) and commit the change if you would like it to survive a reboot. Ted ----- Original Message ---- From: CL <> To: Sent: Friday, March 13, 2009 6:57:05 AM Subject: [acf] acf-chrony problems Hi When using the acf-chrony in alpinelinux 2.8.1, there is a bug when trying to make an initial config How to reproduce: ----------------- NTP(chrony) -> Config Enter a server name in "Servers" Click "Save" What happens: ------------- "Failed to save config" "Command key" "Must be an integer" What is expected ---------------- To save the file, a key file is not required to do so when configuring chrony. -CL --- Unsubscribe: Help: ---

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