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Re: powermac clock on 7200

Ethan Benson wrote:
> On Fri, Aug 11, 2000 at 08:36:57AM +0200, Martin Costabel wrote:
> >
> > No longer necessary: The newer kernels [1] have a driver for /dev/rtc
> > that lets you use the standard hwclock utility from util-linux. Just
> > choose CONFIG_PPC_RTC=y when compiling your kernel (or choose
> > CONFIG_PPC_RTC=m and patch a small bug in arch/ppc/kernel/ppc_ksyms.c)
> >
> > [1] 2.2.17preX since X=5; recent 2.4.0-test from bitkeeper and Paul's
> > trees.
> interesting, since i don't mess with pre* kernels i was not aware of
> that.  how will that affect debian's current hwclock.sh setup?

Don't ask me, I am only lurking here. I am still using a RedHat
(LinuxPPC) system. There the effect is that on ppc you now can use the
same initscripts package as on any other architecture.


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