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SubjectRe: [PATCH] firmware: raspberrypi: print time using time64_t
Arnd Bergmann <> writes:

> The firmware timestamp is an unsigned 32-bit value, but we copy it into
> a signed 32-bit variable, so we can theoretically get an overflow in
> the calculation when the timestamp is between 2038 and 2106.
> This changes the temporary variable to time64_t and changes the deprecated
> time_to_tm() over to time64_to_tm() accordingly.
> There is still an overflow in y2106, but that is a limitation of the
> firmware interface, not a kernel problem.

Reviewed-by: Eric Anholt <>

I'll pull this in our branches.
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