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Re: hurd and BIOS/RTC problem

From: Riccardo Mottola
Subject: Re: hurd and BIOS/RTC problem
Date: Wed, 14 May 2014 16:07:19 +0200
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Samuel Thibault wrote:
Do you have HWCLOCKACCESS enabled in /etc/default/hwclock and rcS?
Otherwise I don't see how a BIOS manages to let an OS disturb its RTC...
I don't have it, as I wrote, at least, the line is commented out. What's the default? shoul I explicitely set it to NO?

I noticed the following yesterday:
1) the system come sup, needs to go into single-user for FSCK. I reboot and no BIOS problems at all 2) after reboot, I login, reboot again... and the BIOS stops with the wrong clock and BIOS checksum.

thus it appears to be something with multi-user. I'll try by forcing a single-user boot.
In both cases "reboot" means just a software reboot.


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