Disabling last mount time check on boot
Every time my Rock64 boots, I get an error about the Superblock last mount time is in the future. As I don't have a working hardware clock, this happens on every boot, force an fsck and adding to the boot time. When searching for this error, most of the recommendations are to fix the clock, but that isn't really feasible on a device that doesn't have one. Seeing as this check happens before mounting the filesystem, a solution like fake-hwclock isn't likely to be useful either. I can't be the only one with this problem...

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