don't know how to make dummy.c
kensmith at cse.Buffalo.EDU
Wed Jul 14 06:42:43 PDT 2004
On Wed, Jul 14, 2004 at 02:36:26PM +0100, Rik Wade wrote:
> The clock was slightly out (in the future by a couple of minutes) so I
> reset it and tried again. Same error unfortunately. However, in the
> process, I noticed that the timestamp for all the files on my system
> appears to be "Jan 1 1970". If I touch a new file, it is created with
> the date "Jan 1 1970".
> If this is not a normal state of affairs (and I'm guessing that it isn't
> ;-) ) then it seems likely that I've made a mistake somewhere along the
> upgrade process. In this case, I will regress and start again with an
> old kernel.
Ouch. Correct, that's not normal. :-(
Are you following the instructions in /usr/src/UPDATING.64BTT ? Sorry,
I deleted your previous message already so I couldn't check back to it.
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