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make to compile the kernel module and then load the compiled module via
insmod. Please make sure that no other kernel is loaded for the hardware (e.g. the stock
rtc-ds1307 module) before loading this one.
To use this module, you will need either a DS1307 oder DS1337 rtc module that is attached to your computer via i2c. To compile it, you will need gcc, make and the kernel-headers for your currently running kernel. Usually you will be able to install the kernel headers through a package called
raspberrypi-kernel-headers in the case of Raspbian. The name of the package largely depends on your distribution.
For the Raspberry PI you will also need to enable the i2c-rtc and ds1307 device tree overlays. To do that, put
dtoverlay=i2c-rtc,ds1307 into your
This project is licensed under the GNU General Public License, Version 2 - see the COPYING file for details