Subject: clock on netbsd and NT
To: None <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: schaecsn <email@example.com>
Date: 11/20/2001 23:59:08
I do have an alpha 200 4/100 running two OSes: netbsd-1.5.2 an Win NT
3.51. Hey, the latter one is suprisingly fast but there is no SW
Unfortunately, both OSes disagree on how to interpret the time.
I set the time within netbsd to 11/21/2001 but NT insists later on
11/21/1981. NT doesn't let me even boot before I "fix" the problem.
Adjusting the time for NT within the startmenue for NT results later in
a misinterpretation for netbsd ...
Who is right, NT or Netbsd? Anyway, is there a way to convince one OS to
adapt to the other time scheme?
___ ___ __ | Name: Stefan Schäckeler
/ / / /____ (__)__ ___ | E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
/ /_/ / _ \/ /\ \/ / | day: Solaris 2.5.1, HP-UX 10.20
\___,__/__//__/__/ /__/\__\ | night: slackware 3.0, netbsd-alpha 1.5