Subject: Re: /netbsd: Cannot set battery backed clock
To: Michael K. Sanders <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: yambo <email@example.com>
Date: 01/19/1995 09:55:57
On Wed, 18 Jan 1995, Michael K. Sanders wrote:
> My system time has never been very stable, for some reason, it would
> drift by hours in any given day... So I installed and set up xntpd,
> and happily have a synchronized time now. Except that whenever the
> time gets adjusted I get an annoying '/netbsd: Cannot set battery
> backed clock' message on the console. Is there some way to get around
> this? I suppose it could be taken out of /etc/syslog.conf, but
> depending on what 'type' of message that is, it might disable other
> messages I do want to see... Any ideas?
I have some diffs for 1.0 to set the clock on a A3000. Let me know if
you need 'em.
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