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Old 03-05-2005, 06:24 PM   #1
solarblast
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Enahced Realtime Clock--Is It There?


I specified the enhanced rtc feature in menuconfig during a realtime (rtl) kernel build, but don't believe it actually made it into the build. I tried using Chrony, which needs the enhanced rtc when executing a rtc command in chronyc. It burped that I had no rtc driver. However, if I boot to the non-rtl that was used to produce the rtl, chronyc has no probem. How can I check to see if it's enchanced rtc) there? RHL9. Chrony 1.20.
 
  


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