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The content of /proc/driver/rtc is: Code: rtc_time : 10:51:34 rtc_date : 2011-09-09 alrm_time : **:**:** alrm_date : ****-**-** alarm_IRQ : no alrm_pending : no 24hr : yes periodic_IRQ : no ...
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    The content of /proc/driver/rtc is:

    Code:
    rtc_time         : 10:51:34
    rtc_date         : 2011-09-09
    alrm_time        : **:**:**
    alrm_date        : ****-**-**
    alarm_IRQ        : no
    alrm_pending     : no
    24hr             : yes
    periodic_IRQ     : no
    I tried to run modprobe to up rtc module, but it didn't find the rtc. Very strange...

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    the clock seems to be working...bizarro

    i'd try compiling hwclock anew...

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    Yes, the clock is working! My need is to adjust it for my local time... (it's adjusted to China time)

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