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Old 14 November 2016, 20:21   #2927
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Originally Posted by alenppc View Post
...EDIT: Forgot to mention. Despite having inserted the battery, the RTC doesn't seem to work. A "setclock load" gives me a 1978 date. Tried also "setclock reset", date changing, "setclock save", then "setclock load". This leads to a correct date while the system is on, but it resets again when the system is off. ...
I've just seen this old post while I was trying to remember what's necessary to set the battery clock.

This other post has the answer:

Originally Posted by danbeaver View Post
... If you have a clock-battery add on, set the date (with DATE) and save the correct time/date with SETCLOCK SAVE, then in your startup-sequence use SETCLOCK LOAD to set the date and time when you boot.
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