[clug] .gvfs trouble

Scott Ferguson prettyfly.productions at gmail.com
Sun Feb 7 16:10:42 MST 2010

> > Do you have your OS setup to use UTC? Is your BIOS time set to -10 EST? 
> > (If so I've seen the problem before).
> I do not remember, but /etc/adjtime says LOCAL.
To find out try "/cat /etc/sysconfig/clock | grep UTC/" (you should get 
true or false).

If the machine dual boots Windows I set the BIOS time to local and any 
*nix to use local time (my reasoning would just chew bandwidth). For a 
*nix only I set BIOS time to UTC (-10 local) - and, if it's always up, I 
run ntpd. (refs http://www.tldp.org/HOWTO/Clock.html and 

If you try "/hwclock --show/" or "/hwclock --systohc/" do you get the 
(hardware) time or "/select() to /dev/rtc to wait for clock tick timed 

> and BTW, there is also this:
> gvfsd-gphoto2[11838]: segfault at 10 ip 0000003623808a4a sp 00007fff615f5930 error 4 in libpthread-2.9.so[3623800000+17000]
If I could solve that, I'd be able to solve this :-)
/[95845.514634] picard[19621]: segfault at 0 ip 0808c14c sp bf8b7230 
error 4 in python2.5[8048000+f3000]/
(Debian Testing 2.6.32-trunk-686 (bog-standard) - segfaults have been 
occurring ever since I upgraded to it...)

The EOS 7D is a nice camera - I haven't heard of any Linux support 
problems with it. It's UFRaw supported so you can use that (in GIMP etc) 
to edit your timestamps.
I have an "idea" that the time problem is not related to your segfaults 
or gvfs. gvfs is still very new and (particularly with Gnome) causing 
problems. (eg. xdg-mime using the deprecated gnome-vfs instead of 
I would suggest that:- if the box is single boot - set the time to UTC 
in fedora and BIOS (you mentioned you set the camera to UTC); your icon 
problem will/should go away with updates to FUSE - until then turn off 
device icons on the desktop (are you not using solid?).

My apologies if this does not solve your problem.

If it breaks - you get to keep both pieces

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