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[vdr] Re: nvram-wakeup
Thank you Lauri,
Something like "hwclock --systohc --utc" is really the trick
no problems now.
and to Sergei Haller:
I'm using version = 0.04b that wasn't th problem.
> Subject: [vdr] Re: nvram-wakeup
> I have no experience with VDR setting the system clock or with
> I'm guessing that VDR sets the system time, that is, the OS
> time. Linux
> typically sets the system time from the BIOS RTC clock during boot up,
> and sets the BIOS RTC clock from the system time during shutdown. So
> after VDR has set the system time, the system time and the BIOS RTC
> clock do not match. You can fix this by setting the BIOS RTC
> clock from
> the system time with hwclock before calling nvram-wakeup.
> Then the BIOS
> RTC clock and system time would be in synch again. For example, you
> could call hwclock in your VDR-shutdown script.
> man hwclock
> I guess something like "hwclock --systohc --utc" would do the trick
> br, Lauri
> On Fri, 2002-08-09 at 10:29, Heiko.Paul@gmx.de wrote:
> > Can anybody help me.
> > I have problems with nvram-wakeup.
> > After setting time with vdr (over transponder)
> > I got the following message from nvram-wakeup
> > RTC is not synchronously with system time!
> > RTC isn't running in localtime nor in UTC/GMT time!
> > My BIOS-Clock has GMT-Time and Linux use TimeZone Europe/Berlin
> > System is SuSE 7.3.
> > Thanx for help
> > heiko
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