[lug] laptop time

Hugh Brown hugh at math.byu.edu
Tue Feb 20 16:14:24 MST 2001

I think you missed an intended comma.  "you do have the apm daemon
running, right?"

ps -ef|grep apm should tell you if it is working.  You could also do
chkconfig --list apmd to see which run levels it is set to start in.


Sevinsky Joel wrote:
> Dumb answer:  Being a beginner in linux, could you be a little more
> specific as to how apmd could be running wrong?  Looking in my
> /var/log/messages I see:
> Feb 20 10:53:41 localhost cardmgr[361]: executing:
> './network suspend eth0'
> Feb 20 10:53:41 localhost kernel: vortex_suspend(eth0)
> Feb 20 03:54:05 localhost kernel: vortex_resume(eth0)
> Feb 20 03:54:05 localhost cardmgr[361]: executing: './network resume eth0'
> So the problem is with apmd, or at least that is where the time appears to
> be changing.  Thanks for your help.
> On Tue, 20 Feb 2001, Harris, James wrote:
> > Dumb question: you do have the apm daemon running right?  I believe that the
> > clock reset is a specific problem apmd addresses.

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