Just installed the Revision Control appliance as a VM. Everything seems to be working just fine with the exception of ntp. ntpq -p returns "ntpq: read: connection refused". Hmmm.
Is ntpd running? "service ntp status" returns "NTP server is not running ... failed!"
The symlink in /etc/rc2.d is there to ../init.d/ntp. On the console during boot I see an indication that ntpd has (allegedly) been started. However, no joy.
May 15 15:52:42 scs ntpd: ntpd firstname.lastname@example.org Sun Oct 17 13:45:13 UTC 2010 (1)
May 15 15:52:42 scs ntpd: proto: precision = 0.314 usec
May 15 15:52:42 scs ntpd: unable to bind to wildcard address 0.0.0.0 - another process may be running - EXITING
May 15 15:52:49 scs ntpdate: no server suitable for synchronization found
Huh? Another process may be running? How can that be?
If, when I reboot and first log in, I run 'service ntp start', ntpq -p works fine.
I should note that I installed webmin-time to let me manage things. Could that have screwed something up?