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From: Christophe Choumert <christophe.choumert@...>
Subject: Re: date and time set to April 1976
Date: Mon, 13 Feb 2006 17:18:17 -0800
On Monday 13 February 2006 13:36, Y-Lan Boureau wrote:
>   Does anyone know a fix to this -- either, how I could set correct time 
> and date in Open Firmware, or allow Linux to remember its own time and 
> date ?

The relevant option is in /etc/conf.d/clock :
---
# If you want to set the Hardware Clock to the current System Time
# during shutdown, then say "yes" here.

CLOCK_SYSTOHC="yes"
---

followed by
% rc-update add clock boot
to make sure it runs at boot and halt.

>   cheers,
>   Y-Lan

Cheers,
Christophe

PS: my MacOS X won't boot anymore either, I wish I knew why.
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