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Re: Clock error on bootup - NSLU2

On Saturday 22 March 2008 14:13:38 Donald T Hayford wrote:
> Steve Woodford wrote:

> > Either your clock chip is broken or there's another flavour of
> > NSLU2 with a different clock chip. Any chance you could crack the
> > case and read the chip's part number?

> i X1205
> Z
> S574BB.

Same part. You may well have a hardware fault.

> I see that Debian uses an
> internal clock while running, not the RTC.  Is the same true of
> NetBSD?

Correct. The RTC is only used to set the kernel's clock at startup, and 
is sync'd whenever the date/time is changed.

Cheers, Steve

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