We are using a picocom 4.
Sometimes the date of hardware clock change to the year 1950.
Why does it happens?
The Real Time Clock must be buffered with a battery, for example a coin cell.
Your F&S Support Team
Of course I use a battery.
When I disconnect the battery, the system returns to the year 1970, the first linux date. But sometimes when I start the system the hardware clock is in year 1950, an impossible date for linux.