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Post by Info-Mac » May 15th, 2002, 9:00 am

Download: http://archive.info-mac.org/info/sft/us ... ervers.hqx

All versions of Mac OS 8.5 and greater, including Mac OS X, have the
ability to automatically synchronize their system clock to the
authoritative NIST network time servers using the Internet NTP

We have updated the instructions for utilizing this feature. You can
find them at:
http://www.boulder.nist.gov/timefreq/se ... intosh.pdf

This document also provides pointers to software other than Mac OS
itself that might be useful for Mac OS versions 8.1 and earlier, and
for computers that are not Internet connected (using the modem-based
ACTS service).

I previously wrote:

> I'm trying to locate a copy of Quicktime 2.0, as well as Apple's
> "Movie Player".
> Would someone please send me the ftp locations of these applications?
> Are they available somewhere other than ftp.apple.com?
> (I'm trying to play the "1984" Macintosh commercial, ...

I got replies from the following folks. Thanks!

[email protected] (Ed Wilts)
[email protected] (Povl H. Pedersen)
Krishna Mattegunta Kant
Peter Schoenrank
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