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