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Re: [NOVICE] RH 6.1 & win95 printserver



On Sat, Jul 22, 2000 at 01:14:44 +0200, Christian Treldal wrote:


..

> Hvordan overbeviser man linux om at ens systemur kører i dansk tid og
> ikke utc +2 ?

Hvorfor ikke overbevise windows om at cmos-ur kører UTC ,
det ville være meget smartere  :)


Kernen henter under opstart cmos-urets tid .
I passende init-script kaldes oftes hwclock med passende
options så cmos-ur tid hentes evt. omregnes og system-ur i linux
sættes til dette, f.eks.:

    hwclock  --utc --hctosys   ; hent cmos-ur (som er i UTC) og sæt systemtid

    hwclock --hctosys          ; hent cmos-ur (i lokaltid) og sæt systemtid
 

Se også manualsiden til hwclock

De forskellige linux distributioner gemmer i deres egen/egne
konfigurationsfil(er) et sted oplysning om hvilken indstilling man
anvender på sin PC, og ved opstart af linux sættes systemtid med hwclock
så som ønsket. 
I SuSE kan man via yast sætte denne variabel i passende menu,
ligeledes burde man kunne dette i RH via linuxconf.


-- 
mvh Frank Damgaard  | http://home3.inet.tele.dk/frda/



 
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