[Assist] Trouble with the hardware clock
fran at chavant.ninja
Sat Dec 19 22:59:36 GMT 2015
passing the extra flag to hwclock as described in the post you linked
does allow one to set the time and date from the system clock while
running linux-libre-4.3.3_gnu1. I am not sure how to convince systemd
to use that flag however, so I am back to using a 4.2 kernel.
On 19.12.2015 20:25, wilbur-wtkh at arcor.de wrote:
> Hello Fran!
> Thanks a lot for your comment. I was looking for a solution for quite
> a while. I have a Thinkpad with Libreboot and there is a comment on
> the mailing list that should solve the problem.
> I will try later. Thanks again.
> ----- Original Nachricht ----
> Von: Fran <fran at chavant.ninja>
> An: assist at lists.parabola.nu
> Datum: 19.12.2015 19:04
> Betreff: Re: [Assist] Trouble with the hardware clock
>> I am facing the same problem on my Thinkpad X200. While I have not
>> spent much time investigating the issue downgrading to
>> linux-libre-4.2.5_gnu1 made it disappear.
>> On 18.12.2015 01:24, wilbur-wtkh at arcor.de wrote:
>> > Hello everyone,
>> > since the updates on December 15 I am having problems with the
>> > hardware clock. I am getting the following message at boot:
>> > rtc_cmos: hctosys: unable to read the hardware clock
>> > I have to set the time and date manually each time I boot.
>> > I tried lots of stuff explained on this page
>> > (http://linux.die.net/man/8/hwclock) but nothing I did resolved the
>> > issue.
>> > Could the problem be related to the kernel-update on December 15? I am
>> > running out of ideas on how to solve this riddle.
>> > Regards
>> > Wilbur
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