Re: fsck Fails On Reboot After Partially Completed Testing Upgrade
On Sun, 08 Jan 2006, Debian User Leonard Chatagnier wrote:
On Fri, 06 Jan 2006, Henrique de Moraes Holschuh wrote:
>If you cannot, well, we are fixing the bug but it will take some time. The
>workaround that MAY work for you is to add TZ=ABC+XX:00 at the top of
>/etc/init.d/hwclockfirst.sh, where ABC is just three or four letters with
>the name of your timezone, and +XX is the offset to WEST of UTC of your
>timezone. I.e. it is +03 if you are at UTC-03:00, or -05 if you are at
>UTC+05... (don't ask why the stupid sign convention).
I should have also said to cd /etc/rcS.d; mv *hwclockfirst.sh
S05hwclockfirst.sh for people want to use TZ instead of setting the hardware
clock to UTC.
To make things clear: there are *two* possible work-arounds:
a) Set hardware clock to UTC: this avoids the issue completely
b) Band-aid the localtime support: this avoids all the _current_
If you can use (a), it is always better. (b) is going to be fixed
eventually, the patch for util-linux is already in the bug report, but the
glibc one _will_ take time, because it requires a lot of *testing*.
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