Subject: Re: compiling non-booting kernels (whee!)
To: Rob Windsor <email@example.com>
From: Frederick Bruckman <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 09/21/1999 21:06:25
On Tue, 21 Sep 1999, Rob Windsor wrote:
> Verily did Frederick Bruckman write:
> > RTC_OFFSET. The latter is for PC's. MacOS sets the real-time clock to
> > GMT (on my Mac's at least), as NetBSD prefers.
> Then why is RTC_OFFSET in src/sys/arch/mac68k/conf/GENERIC?
> (grumble, b*tch, moan...)
Rewind... My custom kernels have RTC_OFFSET=0, just like in GENERIC.
Setting it to non-zero is for the benefit of dual boot Windoze PC's
which can't display the correct time when the real time clock is
*correctly* and *sanely* set to GMT. What I should have said was, you
don't need to set it to anything but zero.