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8 Sep 2004
OS: OZ 3.3.6
Package: libgdbm3
Version: 1.8.3-1

Installing libgdbm3 I found out that in my case 'keyring' was not starting. After a little digging I saw tat the links for libgdbm3 in /usr/lib (to /mnt/ram/usr/lib) have been missing. As I created these links all worked fine.

# pwd
/usr/lib
# ll libgdb*
lrwxrwxrwx 1 root root 29 Sep 5 17:31 libgdbm.so.3 -> /mnt/ram/usr/lib/libgdbm.so.3
lrwxrwxrwx 1 root root 33 Sep 5 17:31 libgdbm.so.3.0.0 -> /mnt/ram/usr/lib/libgdbm.so.3.0.0


Can one call this a bug? Shall i report this to the OZ bug tracker?

Cheers,

markus
25 Jul 2004
Hi folks,

I stumbled over something odd. On my SL-5500Gs command line the command 'date' shows me e.g. "Sun Jul 25 16:47:59 UTC 2004", but I'm located in CEST (Central European Satndard Time). So the Opie Desktop gives me the right time. Just the system time is minus 2 hours. Now I wanted to tell my system that my RTC shows the time -2 hours, but the comand 'zic' was not found. Are there any other ways to do this? 'ntpdate' sets only Opies time correctly, system time is still -2 hours.
This is a bigger issue for me, because whenever a file is created it shows the wrong time. Or 'syslog' gives wrong times too. Or whatever is alos affected by a wrong system time. Any ideas, recommendations or whatever...?

Thanks,

butterblume
22 Jul 2004
Hallo Leute,

nur mal eine Frage in die Runde. Mein Z5500 mit Opie 3.2 braucht zum Kaltstart fast eine Minute und wenn ich ihn vom Suspend aufwecke noch laenger (CF-Karte ungemountet, CF Karte gemountet, obwohl sie die ganze Zeit drin war.). Das ist absolut unbrauchbar. Nun habe ich die hunderten Bugreports darueber gelesen und auch, dass es mit der jetzigen Unstable-Release behoben sein soll. Geht es auch ohne die Unstable. Kann ich meine 3.2 Version dazu kriegen, normal zu funktionieren? Oder habe ich da was total falsch verstanden...?

Gruss,

butterblume
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