Date doesn't auto-set (possibly due to powered off (dead battery) for > 24hrs)
What problem did you encounter
Not reproduced (yet), just filing as it happened, but powering on the device this morning the date was set to December 2063
What is the actual behaviour?
Date did not auto-set, stuck in future.
What is the expected behaviour?
Date would auto-set
How to reproduce
Not sure but possibly:
- Dead battery, power off
- Charge it
- Power on
- Notice date set for generic future date
What hardware are you running on?
- Librem 5 Birch
Relevant OS information
purism@l5b:~$ uname -a Linux l5b 5.3.0-librem5-h1 #1 SMP PREEMPT Sat Jan 25 09:55:23 CET 2020 aarch64 GNU/Linux purism@l5b:~$ dpkg -s phosh | grep Version Version: 0.1.7 purism@l5b:~$ dpkg -s phoc | grep Version Version: 0.1.5pureos1 purism@l5b:~$ dpkg -s gnome-control-center | grep Version Version: 1:18.104.22.168+20020+git09f08da1a-1pureos0 purism@l5b:~$ uptime 10:18:47 up 54 min, 2 users, load average: 0.18, 0.28, 0.27 purism@l5b:~$ date Sat 01 Feb 2020 10:18:49 AM PST purism@l5b:~$
Any other information that may be helpful?
purism@l5b:~$ sudo journalctl -b 0 | head -1 -- Logs begin at Sat 2020-02-01 09:21:00 PST, end at Fri 2063-12-28 09:45:08 PST. -- purism@l5b:~$