2012/9/19 Robert Jonsson <spamatica@gmail.com>
2012/9/19 Tim E. Real <termtech@rogers.com>

On September 19, 2012 12:55:26 AM Tim E. Real wrote:
> Ya know, there *is* another old timer which MusE supports:
> Ye olde RTC Clock.
>
> When you start MusE (possibly with debug messages), do you
>  see any messages about the RTC clock? Permission denied?
>
> I haven't gotten the RTC clock to work for a long time but I think
>  Robert wrote some info about poking the /proc tree to make it work.
> Try the README.

Rats!
First of all there's outdated info in the README.

Where it says:

      - make sure MusE can set the rtc clock:
            echo 8192 > /proc/sys/dev/rtc/max-user-freq
            inspect with:
            cat /proc/sys/dev/rtc/max-user-freq

That should read /sys/class/rtc/rtc0/max_user_freq.
At least here on *buntu.

Can someone change it if I don't get to it?

I'll give it a shot tonight if time permits... Thing is I had done improved instructions for this on the webpage but it seems it got lost with the unfortunate rollback of the server. I forgot to put it in the README, in which case all would have been well.

Ah, I had rewritten it already!
http://muse-sequencer.org/index.php/Faq#Proper_timing_source
It could use another overhaul though, I'll put it in the README too.

Regards,
Robert