I have designed a carrier board with RTC backup battery for the overo sand.
After setting the system time with
date -s command I write the value (further known as [DATE]) to the RTC with
the hwclock -w command. So far so good...
When I reboot the unit, by just typing reboot in the shell, the unit
restarts. When booting is finished I type date or hwclock in the shell and I
see that the time is not what I set it to before rebooting. The value is
reset to a date in 2011....(?)
If I type dmesg | grep rtc, I see that the date is set from twl_rtc to the
correct time [DATE]. That looks good I think. But what happens to hwclock
and date when booting is finished?
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