Re: [LinkStation_General] Re: Date reset to jan 1st 2002 when Linkstation 2 is restarted
- On Tue, 1 Aug 2006, musifix wrote:
> --- In LinkStation_General@yahoogroups.com, Guennadi LiakhovetskiIs LS-II also using rs5c372 rtc connected to i2c? I don't know MIPS, but
> <g.liakhovetski@...> wrote:
> > On Mon, 31 Jul 2006, plowmanbill wrote:
> > > Whenever I reboot my LinkStation 2 the date is reset to 00:00:00
> > > 1/1/2002. Why is this happening?
> Try looking on the forum at www.linkstationwiki.net, there are threads
> on this topic there. I experienced the same problem, but got it solved
> by reentering NTP server IP-address (188.8.131.52) through the http
> interface. If you DO have NTP enabled, it could be caused by running
> with a static IP-address for the Linkstation, without a proper gateway
if the specific CPU has i2c bus and it is supported by the kernel, then
switching to kernel stock rtc-rs5c372 driver might help. Of course, I mean
- I wonder if there could have been a problem with the time server.
I had exactly the same problem, on exactly the same day, despite the
fact that my linkstation (totally standard) has been up and running
properly for the past four months. (The only reason I noticed it was
that the ls failed to enter sleep mode on 1 August. When I checked, I
found the date to be 1 Jun 02, and the clock was several hours slow.
If it had not been for the sleep mode failure, I would never have
The time server I use is 184.108.40.206.