Re: Where is the clock utility reside?
Check out the RedHat clock package o go to
It has already been written,
On Tue, 2 Jun 1998, Eric Delaunay wrote:
> Grigory Kljuchnikov wrote:
> > Hi!
> > In which package reside clock utility?
> > I don't find it anyway, but at boot time
> > there is error message:
> > /etc/init.d/rcS: clock: command not found
> There no clock program for sparc :-((
> I wrote one a year ago, by fixing the clock program from util-linux 2.5.
> Now util-linux is 2.7.1 (without the sparc fix) and the clock program for i386
> is hwclock (don't remember from which package, and I don't have an immediate
> access to my sparc, sorry).
> I'm thinking about a solution to provide a clock program for sparc:
> 1/ either we can fix hwclock to support sparc
> 2/ or write a new one dedicated to sparc.
> The former solution is a hack, because the structure of /dev/rtc on sparc is
> not compatible with the one from intel. It needs a lot of #if...#endif.
> Moreover, there is a lot of ISA code not really useful on sparc ;-)
> I'd rather like the latter. I could then include it in my sparc-utils package.
> However, the elftoaout & piggyback programs already available in sparc-utils
> are not required to run a debian/sparc system, but the clock program is. So I
> could provide it as a separate binary package (same source either).
> Any comments?
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