#13 Losing clock with colinux running

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2004-05-30
2004-04-26
Anonymous
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Hi,

I am running colinux on a notbook with power management
enabled(meaning XP may be suspended to RAM or
hibernated). In this situation, the clock gets slower
and slower if there is such thing happens(suspend).

This happens to both XP(that I need to tell the ntp
client to update it) as well as colinux itself(need to
do the 'hwclock --hctosys' to update the clock in colinux).

This doesn't happen if I don't have running colinux
instance.

Discussion

  • Dave Miller

    Dave Miller - 2004-05-11

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    I had something similar to this happen. I noticed that it was
    always exactly a certain number of hours out. Changing the
    time zone in coLinux fixed it for me.
    (http://www.linuxsa.org.au/tips/time.html)

     
  • Dan Aloni

    Dan Aloni - 2004-05-30
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  • Dan Aloni

    Dan Aloni - 2004-05-30

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    Versions of coLinux perior to 0.6.1 were able to set the
    hardware clock.

     
  • Dan Aloni

    Dan Aloni - 2004-05-30
    • status: open --> closed-fixed