My internal clock is off as well. I use ntpdate on my Debian
GNU/linux OS to keep the clock reset to the proper time. Every time I
boot into Debian GNU/linux the clock is reset to the proper time. You
might want to try porting it to the hurd if you don't have Debian
GNU/linux installed as one of the OSes on your machine.
Mike Burns wrote:
> Hello again,
> I've noticed that every time I use The Hurd my system time/date is
> changed. It started with a few hours, then to a few days, and last time
> it was about 1993. Is this a know issue or did I do something wrong?
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