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New to this list but I have had a Macintosh SE/30 running Linux off and
on for six years.
It's worked fine all this time, but I just recently decided to upgrade
The hardware is a Macintosh SE Superdrive, SE/30 mainboard, 80 MB RAM, 1
GB HD, and an ethernet card.
The Mac system is OS 7.5.5 with bells and whistles and Mode32 and
The Debian system is kernel 2.2.6 and the originally installed Potato
has just been upgraded to etch-m68k.
The upgrade was semi-traumatic but with the exception of " at "
everything seems to work.
I know there are newer kernels out there, and that is my next step.
What I would like to know is if there is a " hwclock " solution yet.
The computer keeps great time as revealed by " date ", but I think " at
" and "cron " need the hardware clock to work.