Subject: PWS 500
To: None <>
From: Tom Vier <>
List: port-alpha
Date: 04/16/2001 17:24:45
hi, i've been reading the archive, about the de0 problems. i haven't tried
100baset, but 10baset definetly doesn't work. i have it plugged into my
cable modem and it works perfectly under linux. under netbsd, it works with
my realtek card.

my other problem is the RTC. rtc_offset doesn't seem to have any effect. i
can set it in the kernel conf file, or using gdb --write on the kernel
image, but neither actually works. also, sysctl won't let me write to
kern.rtc_offset, even when in single user and securelevel 0. the problem is,
the clock is in local time, but netbsd thinks it's in UTC. also, enabling
osf/1 clock compatibility sets the clock to 2049, so that doesn't work

has anyone gotten the right time on their miata system? i'm using 1.5, btw.

Tom Vier <>
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