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My main doubt is that each command does not give me any error but nothing works. Usage: /etc/init.d/networking {start|stop|reload|restart|force-reload} * ERROR: networking failed to stop error: unable to read /etc/insserv.conf at /lib/rc/bin/lsb.pl line 19. Coming back to the former kernel the keyboard worked fine again. error: unable to read /etc/insserv.conf at /lib/rc/bin/lsb.pl line 19. /lib/rc/sh/gendepends.sh: 91: /lib/rc/sh/gendepends.sh: shell_var: not found error: unable to read /etc/insserv.conf at /lib/rc/bin/lsb.pl line 19. [ ok ] Cleaning up temporary files.... http://tubee.net/error-unable/ftdi-layout-init.html

Adv Reply June 13th, 2011 #4 Blonddeeni View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message 5 Cups of Ubuntu Join Date Mar 2008 Beans 41 Re: Unable to write to /sys/class/rtc/rtc0/wakealarm Terms Privacy Security Status Help You can't perform that action at this time. I found the RasClock, by Afterthought Software, to be precise enough (about 3ppm or ~95 seconds deviation per year) while still affordable (about 15 euro). Example output: hwclock from util-linux 2.20.1 Using /dev interface to clock. https://www.raspberrypi.org/forums/viewtopic.php?t=20553&p=198646

After looking at it I found the clue I was looking for. The time now is 05:00 AM. Home/Linux sysadmin/Adding a hardware clock (RTC) to the RaspberryPi Adding a hardware clock (RTC) to the RaspberryPi 8 May 2013 —20 Comments The Raspberry Pi does not have a hardware clock ps: the screen in local emoncms, you can not see the time that used to record the data? » Login to post comments Re: Help ...

I would like some help about what is happening, you said that rtc-pcf2127a module is only added to the working kernel. Hardware installation The hardware installation is simple. You risk serious clock # misbehaviour otherwise. ### BEGIN INIT INFO # Provides:          hwclock # Required-Start:    mountdevsubfs # Required-Stop:     $local_fs # Default-Start:   I will continue to do the tests.

Again, another hold-over from 8.10 that I just blindly copied. (We turn everything off when we leave the house, so no interweb here until we flick the power on at the Are you doing rtc-pi automatically when the RPi starts up? Reload to refresh your session. But this was the simplest way for now.

I assume the hardware clock that I have now available is more accurate than the clocksource that drives the system time. Whenever I write to it either as a user, user using sudo or even as root nothing happens to the file. Putty is looking (for me) at "/home/pi" inside "2.9 GB Volume" where you have bin, boot, dev, etc, home, lib... However, you fix works fine for me.

Thank you also for your response, as it's making me think and recheck what I had done. http://www.amescon.com/phpbb/viewtopic.php?t=549 They must be connected somehow. sudo vi /etc/rc.local For Rev 1. Reply Trackbacks and Pingbacks: How accurately can the Raspberry Pi keep time? « Remi Bergsma's blog - May 12, 2013 […] Just like virtual hardware, the Raspberry Pi has no hardware

or is it? http://tubee.net/error-unable/error-unable-to-read-configuration-data-exiting.html So I follow the instructions but definitely something wrong, thanks again for the help » Login to post comments Re: Help ... Posts: 2Joined: Sun Oct 21, 2012 3:32 pm by notarat » Mon Oct 22, 2012 9:39 am I too seem to be receiving this error now whenever I try to apt-get Good luck on this issue, I'd try to see if another unit has the same problem?

Usage: urandom start|stop * ERROR: urandom failed to stop error: unable to read /etc/insserv.conf at /lib/rc/bin/lsb.pl line 19. Blonddeeni. Usage: mountnfs-bootclean.sh [start|stop] * ERROR: mountnfs-bootclean.sh failed to stop error: unable to read /etc/insserv.conf at /lib/rc/bin/lsb.pl line 19. this content EMONCMS Engine Settings - possible to store data in both MYSQL and Time Series Getting a default Pi installation out of low-write mode Problems sketch V3.4 discretesampling ACK Esp8266 to drive

You should set this command to run when the Raspberry Pi boots up. To install the binary package: wget http://afterthoughtsoftware.com/files/linux-image-3.6.11-atsw-rtc_1.0_armhf.deb dpkg -i linux-image-3.6.11-atsw-rtc_1.0_armhf.deb cp /boot/vmlinuz-3.6.11-atsw-rtc+ /boot/kernel.img The binary package is nice and quick for testing. But as it made no difference I have reset hwclock.conf back to it's original setting.) Each change was done then tested after a reboot with: sudo sh -c "echo 0 >

Excellent news serbat :-) Hi Bill - I had indeedmissed the fact it was the hwclockinitrather than the fake-hwclock init but(IMHO)it still isn't good practice as an update to hwclock could

Reply  Luis 10 March 2014 at 23:24 Hi Remi, congratulations for your blog, I found it looking for information after installing an expansión board on my raspberry. Adv Reply June 12th, 2011 #3 nickrout View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message I Ubuntu, Therefore, I Am Join Date Mar 2007 Location Christchurch, NZ Beans 3,239 Re: Unable Opts: errors=remount-ro /lib/rc/sh/gendepends.sh: 91: /lib/rc/sh/gendepends.sh: shell_var: not found error: unable to read /etc/insserv.conf at /lib/rc/bin/lsb.pl line 19. [info] Usage: /etc/init.d/cron {start|stop|status|restart|reload|force-reload}. I do not understand I seem to do everything correctly, but if I turn off and turn on the raspberry the date is not updated.

Usage: /etc/init.d/udev {start|stop|restart|reload|force-reload|status} * ERROR: udev failed to stop error: unable to read /etc/insserv.conf at /lib/rc/bin/lsb.pl line 19. Thank you very much. Thanks paul feel for the first suggestion that seems to me the simplest . have a peek at these guys Do.

So the new /sbin/hwclock should be executable $ chown root. /sbin/hwclock $ chmod 755 /sbin/hwclock ****** hope that helps, let us know the resoults! Moving on to Note:If you find you cannot set the date and time, there is a write protect register value which needs to be cleared (register 0x8E). This stopped the machine from starting up with a date/time 12 hours into the future, which would happen whenever it started and could not see the interweb. spammytokens: hammytokens:0.000-+--UD:init.d, 0.000-+--initd, 0.000-+--init.d, 0.000-+--H*F:U*abe, 0.000-+--H*RU:sym2.noone.org Received: from sym2.noone.org ([]) by buxtehude.debian.org with esmtp (Exim 4.80) (envelope-from ) id 1VzpIt-0001El-Jp for [email protected]; Sun, 05 Jan 2014 15:07:52 +0000 Received: from c-crosser.deuxchevaux.org

So I'm hoping that if someone else is having troubles in this area, posting this thread "Solved" yet using "rtcwake" instead, may help them to get around their problem. did you also fit the pull-up resistor? Usage: /lib/rc/sh/runscript.sh start|stop * ERROR: rc.local failed to start The login screen was then missing the hostname: Debian GNU/Linux jessie/sid (none) hvc0 (none) login: The machine came up without network and Hmmmm "rtcwake" and then there's "wakealarm" in the "rtc"/rtc0 directory?

I am running a 3.6.11+ kernel and I cannot get your instructions to produce the required module. Usage: mountall.sh [start|stop] * ERROR: mountall.sh failed to stop error: unable to read /etc/insserv.conf at /lib/rc/bin/lsb.pl line 19. Rate this:Share this:TwitterLinkedInGoogleFacebookMorePinterestTumblrRedditEmailPrintLike this:Like Loading... Afterthought Software provides both a binary packages and source code for their forked raspberrypi/linux repository.

Time > and date are now correct but only until I reboot, when I get the boot-time > error and it's 1969 again. > > I tried the generic instructions here There are many ways to do this, so we will leave it up to you to decide which method is best for you. » Login to post comments Re: Help ... We've checked hard- and software but can't really solve the problem. Just start from line 11 and on and you'll probably be allright!

unset TZ init_rtc_device() {   [ -e /dev/rtc0 ] && return 0;   #load i2c and RTC kernel modules    modprobe i2c-dev   # modprobe rtc-ds1307    modprobe rtc-ds3232   #iterate My RasPI now acts as stratum 1 NTP time server using a Rockwell Jupiter GPS & PPS module, the DS1307 as RTC and a 20×4 LCD display to print information returned Using the clock In my current setup, the RasClock keeps time during reboot and when the Raspberry Pi is turned off. Usage: /lib/rc/sh/gendepends.sh start|stop error: unable to read /etc/insserv.conf at /lib/rc/bin/lsb.pl line 19.