I created a daemon-bash-script on a Debian, which copies an
.img to an external disk. The script copies the
dd to the external disk and afterward it mounts the disk to check the filesystem.
Is there a possibility to change the date and time in a file somewhere? My problem is that after the first boot (without an internet link) the year is in 2033.
I tried to change the timestamp in
/etc/adjtime. But after a reboot, it only set's back to 2033:
0.000000 2001162716 0.000000 2001162716 UTC
I just found out that my Alix has two different dates:
~# hwclock Sat Jan 1 01:01:04 2000 -0.521995 seconds ~# date Tue May 31 20:49:59 CEST 2033
How's that possible?