We had a pretty bad storm in my area recently, and power has been...an issue...I sometimes forget that Pi's don't have RTCs. Thanks for
What distro are you using on your pi? I think raspbian should have an option to set the date on bootup via ntp.
Also I believe you can get RTC "hats" if it bothers you, I have this enclosure I bought from element 13 (or is it 14) that has an rtc and a
uh mSATA port I think, it's really neat but it's for a Pi 3 so don't
know if those are available anymore.
Anyway, sorry not movie related, don't think i can reply to another area here? (at least i don't know how :)
performance tweaks. It also does a time check at bootup. As I mentioned, the recent storm was affecting my power, and the Pi boots up faster than my network does.
Doesn't bother me at all! (o_-) If you hadn't mentioned that my time was off, I probably would never have even noticed. How does the mSATA
connect to the Pi? Via GPIO or USB? Because the Pi3 is limited to USB
2.0, and that wouldn't be a very good experience, I think.
Neither do I, actually. I mean, you could have just started the message
in a different area...or there's the ability to forward to a different area, at least in Mystic...
I'm running DietPi, which is a fork of Raspbian Lite with some extra performance tweaks. It also does a time check at bootup. As I mentioned, the
recent storm was affecting my power, and the Pi boots up faster than my network does. So, it wasn't able to do the time check. All I had to do was
perform a restart, and (I think) it was fixed.
Nah, you are still posting from the past...
(I'm not worried about it, just letting you know.)
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