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SubjectRe: [PATCH] RTC: Ensure that time being passed to set_alarm() is valid.
On Wed, Jun 07, 2006 at 08:20:55PM +0200, Andrew Victor wrote:
> RTC: Ensure that the time being passed to set_alarm() is valid.

NAK. rtc_valid_tm checks that the time/date is valid (eg, month is
within range). Alarms can have a "don't care" state for each part -
for example, setting month to 0xff means "alarm every month".

See the API exposed by /dev/rtc on x86 by virtue of being the
MC146818 register set.

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Russell King
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