Re: date problem on pismo
On Tue, 13 Jun 2000, Sergio Brandano wrote:
> 1. Install ntpd and ntpdate. Make sure that are ntp is the only
> program of that kind that you have installed. ntpdate needs the
> name of a server into /etc/init.d/ntpdate.
> 2. delete /etc/adjtime
> 3. set the timezone (tzconfig, tzselect)
> 4. run "/etc/init.d/ntpdate start". If succeeds, this should
> set the clock to the correct values.
> 5. Replace /etc/init/d/ntpdate with a dummy version of it, as
> described in my PowerBook page, and run ntpdate.disabled
> *by hand*, when you are connected and need doint it.
Thanks for this quick anwser, but I owuld like to deal whithout
ntp. I'm not always plugged on the network when I work with my pismo.Scm99
but I'll put up this stuff, as I use my mac at work, with a local network,
and a ntp server....
> At this point if Linux modifies your clock in some way, you have
> some other program that is affecting the clock. Remove it, then
> reset the clock as from above. If you still have problems, chances
> are that your Pismo has a broken master clock, i.e. it is an issue
> that you can solve via AppleCare...
I hoppe it's just a soft error, or mistake i've done.
AB : (...) et encore on semble échapper aux betas :-,
LF : bah peut-être qu'ils en font plus ;-)
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