Re: blank screen after hwclock --hctosys
Frans Pop wrote:
No, hwclock should be called in the _suspend_ script, to be run
immediately after wake up (remember, while it's the script that puts
your machine to sleep, the script is _still_ running when it wakes).
On Friday 25 March 2005 12:57, Joerg Reckers wrote:
Yes my system is totaly out of sync sure, but thats because of the
suspend to disk! It is still set to the time it has been while
Run ntpdate as paret of your resume script?
Then, by the time X is back in business, the clock should be right. If
you use ntpdate to set the clock, you still have a big lag because it
doesn't want to change the clock that drastically at once (I think you
can override that, but over the duration of a suspend, hwclock should be
close enough, and faster).