Subject: Please read... /dev/vnd0a, virtual consoles, clock...
To: None <email@example.com>
From: Adrian V. Beech <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 11/09/1994 07:40:55
I need some help...
Firstly, does NetBSD 1.0 pre-release 3 support virtual consoles? If so then
how do I get then up and running an a stock ECS a3000?
Secondly, what is the ``mount'' command for /dev/vnd0a?
Lastly, I am having a slight problem with the clock! The real-time clock
is set correctly (to real time), the /etc/localtime is symlink'd to the
correct object, but when I do a ``date'' I get real-time+GMT as a result.
This is the same problem that use to exists on pre-2.0 AmigaUNIX systems.
Is there a fix for NetBSD?
Also I cannot seem to write to the real-time clock... this is somewhat
annoying. What we do need I think is a /dev/clock device.
I know this might not be the right place to send this... I've lost my
info file for this mailing list.
Adrian V. Beech E-Mail: email@example.com