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Re: clock troubles under Debian/PowerPC

At 01:27 -0800 2000-01-27, Renaud Dreyer wrote:
>As for your 8 hours drift, it might be because you set up Debian to think
>the hardware clock was UTC, not local time. What does /etc/default/rcS
>say? If you're going to double-boot with Mac OS, you need to tell
>Debian the hardware clock is set to local time. Unless that is, one
>knows of a way to make Mac OS think of the hardware clock as UTC...

AFAIK, Mac OS *does* keep the clock in UTC. Perhaps only since 8.x though.
I have my Debian GNU/Linux PowerPC system set to use UTC and Mac OS is
never confused about the clock, so it must grok UTC.
Joel Klecker (aka Espy)                    Debian GNU/Linux Developer
<URL:mailto:jk@espy.org>                 <URL:mailto:espy@debian.org>
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