Arsene Gschwind (email@example.com)
Mon, 04 Jan 1999 10:01:10 +0100
The problem about your clock is, there is a bug in the Redhat dist. The
clock doesn't work properly.
You will find a patch at :
It work well, I'm using it on a DEC 2000 Jensen.
> Right now, I am making a new kernel, but I will try to specify the
> for the controllers, when I get the new kernel working.
> One last thing... I have heard and read a lot about this 20 year clock
> thing. Mostly
> that older machine's clocks can be off by 20 years. I am having a similar
> Linux thinks the date is September 8, 1904 ... that is a little more than 20
> years. I
> downloaded a new clock executable, and it fixes the date, but the time is
> wrong by 5
> hours. By that I mean my Linux machine is 5 hours behind the actual date.
> Is there
> some way I can correct this??
> P.S. - I wil post what I find out about getting the 2 SCSI controllers
> working, when I get a
> >I believe that you can specify the memory location and irq as well. I
> >don't have a machine in front of me, but that is what was required for my
> >system to recognise the two adapters.
> >Also, I think the 174x and 274x adapters support 'standard' and 'enhanced'
> >mode. The enhanced mode is an EISA resource sharing invention, and I seem
> >to remember that EISA on Linux does not support this. Check your ECU that
> >your controllers are set up in standard mode.
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