I'm beginning to wonder if it's trying to access /dev/rtc0 before /dev/rtc0 is created. Sep 14, 2003 Posts: 4228 View posts Location: Queanbeyan, Australia #12 Posted by squidgit: Fri. Apr 24, 2007 Posts: 100 View posts Location: UK #1 Posted by sjb: Mon. I'm assuming latest :-). have a peek here
Unable to open rtc device (rtc0) Options Mark as New Bookmark Subscribe Subscribe to RSS Feed Highlight Print Email to a Friend Report Inappropriate Content 10-31-2014 06:37 AM This post is Please send the patches and let's see if they fix the issue for John too. -- Best regards, Alessandro Zummo, Tower Technologies - Torino, Italy http://www.towertech.it -- To unsubscribe from this Alexander Holler -- To unsubscribe from this list: send the line "unsubscribe linux-kernel" in the body of a message to firstname.lastname@example.org More majordomo info at http://vger.kernel.org/majordomo-info.html Please read the FAQ at And that's it :-).
Adding hooks at module load time when RTCs are registered could be done, but then you have the issue that userspace might have set the clock via something like ntpdate, so Comment 4 Bug Zapper 2008-04-04 09:44:09 EDT Based on the date this bug was created, it appears to have been reported during the development of Fedora 8. This clock should be battery-backed, so that it reads the correct time when the system boots from a power-off state. And discussing with them just leads to ignored patches/bugfixes.
the system clock RTC may expose itself using a procfs interface. Log in or register to post comments Top squidgit Level: Raving Lunatic Joined: Sun. Perhaps double-check with someone that has a RTC unit if that option does anything? Sep 14, 2003 Posts: 4228 View posts Location: Queanbeyan, Australia #2 Posted by squidgit: Tue.
Again, this doesn't change anything on systems with a "persistent" clock. http://www.serverphorums.com/read.php?12,955967 And in any case, feel free to completely ignore these patches. (This note will destroy itself when using git am.) include/linux/time.h | 6 ++++++ kernel/time/timekeeping.c | 10 +++++++++- 2 files changed, Unable To Open Rtc Device Rtc0 Chrome Os Do not specify an RTC here unless it stays powered - during all this system's supported sleep states. + in the RTC used to set the time at boot or resume Hctosys Unable To Open Rtc Device Enabling the option would only make sense, if you also build all RTC drivers into the kernel.
How is selected which clocksource gets used? navigate here Feb 8, 2008 - 08:12 AM 12345Total votes: 0 Coolies, what kernel version? There is a "deprecated" warning in the syslog coming from the spi of the board file so perhaps that is the cause. Also, /sys/class/rtc exists but is an empty directory, but I'm not sure waht that means. Chrome Os Download
The mechanism I want to use is the following: The RTC subsystem now maintains the ID of the RTC device which was used for hctosys (in rtc_hctosys_dev_id) and therefor specifies the If the clock you specify here is not battery backed, it may still be useful to reinitialize system time when resuming from system sleep states. Attached is a respun version. Check This Out Yea, this issue was brought up previously, but we never got around to a solution that could be merged.
If a patch contains a variable named red, they would request to change it to green and if it would have a name green, they would request to change it to Apr 24, 2007 Posts: 100 View posts Location: UK #13 Posted by sjb: Fri. Adding hooks at module load time when > RTCs are registered could be done, but then you have the issue that > userspace might have set the clock via something like
What use does it have to people with RTC hardware? "The driver for this RTC device must be loaded before late_initcall functions run, so it must usually be statically linked." All That a good start to get this working in the kernel. We recommend upgrading to the latest Safari, Google Chrome, or Firefox. But if someone wants these patches based on 3.15, feel free to notice me.
And don't try to tell me I'm uncooperative. I've written that because I will not add a totally unnecessary lock in a code path which does set the system time. And the silence as response to my repost of my already working patches just proved that isn't true. http://netfiscal.com/unable-to/gentoo-drivers-rtc-hctosys-c-unable-to-open-rtc-device.html Comment 1 Chuck Ebbert 2007-09-07 11:03:34 EDT rtc is not used for timekeeping.
And if so what can I do > to resolve it. I eventually found in syslog > that the kernel boot is attempting to execute the hctosys functionality prior > to the SPI being initialised. This requires a new timekeeeping interface - something like > timekeeping_set_time_if_unset(), which atomically would set the time > if it has never been set. > > You can read some of