Re: linux-image-2.6.15-6 (was: Solution for issue with PicassoII and flickering pixels)
On 12.02.2006, Christian Steigies wrote:
> On Fri, Aug 12, 2005 at 05:54:26PM -0500, Peter Krummrich wrote:
>> On 12.02.2006, Christian Steigies wrote:
>>> On Mon, Dec 12, 2005 at 12:43:07PM -0500, Peter Krummrich wrote:
>>> Hmm, your clock seems to be off?
>> Well, on the Amiga side, the clock is off by approx. 1 hour.
> To me it looks more like two months. And you sent sent a mail to the list
> from Augst 12, 2005. Somebody is mixing up hours and months on your box,
> it seems...
You are right. About time to set the clock...
It seems like the 2.6.15 kernel did something strange to my clock. I checked
my archive with sent e-mail messages. Everything was fine until Feb. 06,
2006 (about the day I booted 2.6.15 the first time). The reply message with
my findings has a date of Aug. 12, 2005. As I did not change the clock
(intentionally...), it seems like the 2.6.15 kernel did it.
I was wondering anyway why the 2.4.27 kernel warns that one file system has
not been checked for 45268 days (first boot after booting 2.6.15. Another
hint that the 2.6.15 kernel does something strange with the clock?