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1) I have my hardware clock set to UTC. When Crux boots, it creates a link called /etc/localtime to the correct timezone in /usr/src/zoneinfo but it doesn't set the system ...
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    Two problems with crux


    1) I have my hardware clock set to UTC. When Crux boots, it creates a link called /etc/localtime to the correct timezone in /usr/src/zoneinfo but it doesn't set the system clock correctly. Instead of putting the time forward by one hour (for British Summer Time), it sets it back by one hour. How do i correct this?

    2) I have always used the i810 driver for X in every distro I have used so far. But Crux 2.5 seems not to have it. Where can I get it from, or what should I be using instead?
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    The driver problem is solved. but I still can't get Crux to tell the time properly. Any help with that would be appreciated.
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    Hi, Hazel

    To prevent any confusion, I'm going to close this thread since you've started a new thread regarding the clock issue.
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