Re: system time
i did dmesg | grep freq and got this:
OpenPIC timer frequency is 4.160000 MHz
time_init: decrementer frequency = 16.640000 MHz
i have an iBook G3 500 i believe, i do have the file timebase-frequency and all
those files in
but I cannot open an of those files.
ntpdate did work, so my time is normal now,
On Mon, 14 Jul 2003 14:31 , Gabriel Paubert <email@example.com> sent:
>On Mon, Jul 14, 2003 at 08:41:01AM -0400, Jule Slootbeek wrote:
>> the frequency would be:
>> time_init: decrementer frequency = 16.640000 MHz
>What iBook do you have? Is your bus really 66 MHz?
>> I'm not sure what it means but i'll look it up in the holder of all
>> answers, google.
>It means that the timebase and decrementers of the processor (used
>for time-keeping) run at this rate.
>> /proc/device-tree/clock-frequency (couldn't find timebase-frequency)
>> consists of 2 questionmarks, that can't be good. I'm running 2.4.21-benh
>> maybe i didn't include all modules i should have.
>Sorry for the confusing expression, I meant somewhere in the directory
>tree below /proc/device-tree. For example on my tower, I have:
>$ ls /proc/device-tree/cpus/PowerPC,G4/*freq*
>but yours will be different since ibooks with G4 are hard
>to find. The values are binary, so to have an idea of what they mean:
>od -td4 `find /proc/device-tree/ -name timebase-frequency`