I recently got a Pegasos2 (Thanks Sven and all concerned at Genesi! :D :D )
There were one or two issues : a reset switch got broke in transit which made it
hard to boot, but during fixing this I took out the battery to see if that would help;
now the clock is reset to 1 Jab 1970 (the HW clock) , and under Debian I cannot
reset it: 'hwclock' hangs. I currently have the system working by commenting
out hwclock and using ntpdate, but how can I fix it? Is there an OF command I
need to do?
Did you try setting the hwclock directly once the system is running ? With something like :
hwclock --set --date="12/04/04 07:45:00"
Try these and report back, and we will see if there is something else needed if this doesn't work out (not before monday though).