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/* kd.c - KDGHWCLK stuff, possibly m68k only - deprecated */
#ifndef __m68k__
#include "clock.h"
struct clock_ops *
probe_for_kd_clock() {
return NULL;
}
#else /* __m68k__ */
#include <unistd.h> /* for close() */
#include <fcntl.h> /* for O_RDONLY */
#include <errno.h>
#include <sysexits.h>
#include <sys/ioctl.h>
#include "clock.h"
#include "nls.h"
static int con_fd = -1; /* opened by probe_for_kd_clock() */
/* never closed */
static char *con_fd_filename; /* usually "/dev/tty1" */
/* Get defines for KDGHWCLK and KDSHWCLK (m68k) */
#include <linux/kd.h>
#ifndef KDGHWCLK
#define KDGHWCLK 0x4B50 /* get hardware clock */
#define KDSHWCLK 0x4B51 /* set hardware clock */
struct hwclk_time {
unsigned sec; /* 0..59 */
unsigned min; /* 0..59 */
unsigned hour; /* 0..23 */
unsigned day; /* 1..31 */
unsigned mon; /* 0..11 */
unsigned year; /* 70... */
int wday; /* 0..6, 0 is Sunday, -1 means unknown/don't set */
};
#endif
static int
synchronize_to_clock_tick_kd(void) {
/*----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Wait for the top of a clock tick by calling KDGHWCLK in a busy loop until
we see it.
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
int i;
/* The time when we were called (and started waiting) */
struct hwclk_time start_time, nowtime;
if (debug)
printf(_("Waiting in loop for time from KDGHWCLK to change\n"));
if (ioctl(con_fd, KDGHWCLK, &start_time) == -1) {
outsyserr(_("KDGHWCLK ioctl to read time failed"));
return 3;
}
i = 0;
do {
/* Added by Roman Hodek <Roman.Hodek@informatik.uni-erlangen.de> */
/* "The culprit is the fast loop with KDGHWCLK ioctls. It seems
the kernel gets confused by those on Amigas with A2000 RTCs
and simply hangs after some time. Inserting a nanosleep helps." */
/* Christian T. Steigies: 1 instead of 1000000 is still sufficient
to keep the machine from freezing. */
#ifdef HAVE_NANOSLEEP
struct timespec xsleep = { 0, 1 };
nanosleep( &xsleep, NULL );
#else
usleep(1);
#endif
if (i++ >= 1000000) {
fprintf(stderr, _("Timed out waiting for time change.\n"));
return 2;
}
if (ioctl(con_fd, KDGHWCLK, &nowtime) == -1) {
outsyserr(_("KDGHWCLK ioctl to read time failed in loop"));
return 3;
}
} while (start_time.sec == nowtime.sec);
return 0;
}
static int
read_hardware_clock_kd(struct tm *tm) {
/*----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Read the hardware clock and return the current time via <tm>
argument. Use ioctls to /dev/tty1 on what we assume is an m68k
machine.
Note that we don't use /dev/console here. That might be a serial
console.
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
struct hwclk_time t;
if (ioctl(con_fd, KDGHWCLK, &t) == -1) {
outsyserr(_("ioctl() failed to read time from %s"), con_fd_filename);
hwclock_exit(EX_IOERR);
}
tm->tm_sec = t.sec;
tm->tm_min = t.min;
tm->tm_hour = t.hour;
tm->tm_mday = t.day;
tm->tm_mon = t.mon;
tm->tm_year = t.year;
tm->tm_wday = t.wday;
tm->tm_isdst = -1; /* Don't know if it's Daylight Savings Time */
return 0;
}
static int
set_hardware_clock_kd(const struct tm *new_broken_time) {
/*----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Set the Hardware Clock to the time <new_broken_time>. Use ioctls to
/dev/tty1 on what we assume is an m68k machine.
Note that we don't use /dev/console here. That might be a serial console.
----------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
struct hwclk_time t;
t.sec = new_broken_time->tm_sec;
t.min = new_broken_time->tm_min;
t.hour = new_broken_time->tm_hour;
t.day = new_broken_time->tm_mday;
t.mon = new_broken_time->tm_mon;
t.year = new_broken_time->tm_year;
t.wday = new_broken_time->tm_wday;
if (ioctl(con_fd, KDSHWCLK, &t ) == -1) {
outsyserr(_("ioctl KDSHWCLK failed"));
hwclock_exit(1);
}
return 0;
}
static int
get_permissions_kd(void) {
return 0;
}
static struct clock_ops kd = {
"KDGHWCLK interface to m68k clock",
get_permissions_kd,
read_hardware_clock_kd,
set_hardware_clock_kd,
synchronize_to_clock_tick_kd,
};
/* return &kd if KDGHWCLK works, NULL otherwise */
struct clock_ops *
probe_for_kd_clock() {
struct clock_ops *ret = NULL;
struct hwclk_time t;
if (con_fd < 0) { /* first time here */
con_fd_filename = "/dev/tty1";
con_fd = open(con_fd_filename, O_RDONLY);
}
if (con_fd < 0) {
/* perhaps they are using devfs? */
con_fd_filename = "/dev/vc/1";
con_fd = open(con_fd_filename, O_RDONLY);
}
if (con_fd < 0) {
/* probably KDGHWCLK exists on m68k only */
outsyserr(_("Can't open /dev/tty1 or /dev/vc/1"));
} else {
if (ioctl(con_fd, KDGHWCLK, &t) == -1) {
if (errno != EINVAL)
outsyserr(_("KDGHWCLK ioctl failed"));
} else
ret = &kd;
}
return ret;
}
#endif /* __m68k__ */