[UCI-Linux] Re: problem with hwclock

Dirk Groeneveld dgroenev@uci.edu
Sun, 06 Oct 2002 08:20:39 -0700

Joachim Feise wrote:
 > Dirk Groeneveld wrote:
 >> I hope you can help me with this problem:
 >> My hardware clock is correctly set to UTC, but my system clock is,
 >> too, even after rebooting (especially after rebooting) or executing
 >> /etc/init.d/clock, which is supposed to set the system clock
 >> correctly. I traced the problem down to hwclock. hwclock --hctosys
 >> behaves exactly the same way as hwclock --hctosys --utc. TZ is not
 >> set, but setting it doesn't seem to make a difference. /etc/localtime
 >> points to /usr/share/zoneinfo/US/Pacific.
 > What are your parameters for clock?
 > My Slackware installation calls /sbin/clock -u -s at boot time.

I don't have /sbin/clock. I don't have any "clock" executable file on my 
system except for /etc/init.d/clock.
I forgot to mention: I use Gentoo Linux. So I looked in /usr/portage if 
there's a clock package, but found nothing.