fsck + localtime in BIOS and POSIX compliance
ismael.luceno at gmail.com
Tue Jan 30 18:35:40 PST 2007
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Bryan Kadzban escribió:
> Jack Brown wrote:
>> I already am turing off UTC in /etc/sysconfig/clock.
> I have no idea if this is what this setting is for or not, but what
> happens if you (1) have a 32-bit kernel, and (2) enable CONFIG_APM, and
> then disable CONFIG_APM_RTC_IS_GMT?
> Of course if you run 64-bit, that won't help, and even if you run 32-bit
> it still may not help. (Like I said, I'm not sure if that's what that
> is for.) But it sounds like it *may* be helpful, even if the setclock
> script doesn't get moved.
I think the script should be moved.
This remembers me that I had problems because some of the InitNG scripts
use some programs that aren't available until /usr is mounted, but they
should be on POSIX compliant systems.
Some of those programs are awk, sort, and uniq.
As many distros have this problem, we're working on some workarounds,
until they are fixed...
The problem is that in some cases the workaround is waiting for /usr to
be mounted, and InitNG is targeted for speed, so that's not good.
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