In reply to this post by Stokes, Mark No, I’m using the internal 32k crystal to maintain the time with the basic timer. It works perfectly and I’m not worried about 10 seconds. You just need to provide tick increment every second. Should contain the interrupt for RTC alarm;. Thursday, July 07, 1: Especially since according to http:
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If you say Y here you will get support for the ,inux subsystem. That’s not bad but for localtime you have have to add the daylight saving time. RTC is part of Mediat ek. Just a thought, Garst Stokes, Mark wrote: You just need to provide tick increment every second. Net email is sponsored by the ‘Do More With Dual! Make access to it atomic since it is bit 2 word value, e.
Device Tree Issue – DS1390 RTC
This driver can also be built as a module. This is fine also, and I have out of frustration already started on such functions. MX25 Real Time Clock controller. It looks like from the datasheet, the function of the time. What sort of input xs1390 are you using to enter the time? Should be “mediatek,mtrtc”, “mediatek,soc-rtc”: There is a piece of code floating on the net that implements time functions.
I’ve used a similar approach, but I only maintain 4 bytes with the UNIX time and pass that value to another device that is the interface with humans. Thanks for the idea tho. DS with a battery backup? Find simple to follow Roadmaps, straightforward articles, informative Webcasts and more! It works perfectly and I’m not worried about 10 seconds.
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Net email is sponsored by: The nvmem interface will be named pcfwhere is the zero-based instance number. Increment it from 1-second interrupt. In reply to this post by Stokes, Mark Ds13990, I’m using the internal 32k crystal to maintain the time with the basic timer.
Specifies list of clock specifiers, corresponding to. These could simply be defined in the main source code so the functions would work properly.
Do you really need unix time? Specifies base physical address and size of the registers. The core fix has been in for a while and has been tested on multiple kernel revisions by multiple teams. I have no idea what RTAI and DCF77 are but I am interested specifically in a long long unix time my product should last longer than and must have the ability to “edit” it by a human in the setup not during normal operation.
Mediatek R RTC driver. So, DST compensation is not only turned off, but disabled in my app. In reply to this post by Stokes, Mark Hi Sergei. RTC is part of MediaT ek. Especially since according to http: Friday, July 08, 9: