You both may have a point.
I’m unable to check for updates. Update Manager shows nothing. And
sudo pkg update -f shows
access repo file(/var/db/pkg/repo-trueos-base.sqlite) failed: No such file or directory and stucks.
My system has multiboot with Windows 10 and Linux Mint, boot by Linux’s EFI boot loader. System clock is set to local time, hence the file
/etc/wall_cmos_clock exists in both BEs.
My current BE boots just fine and everything works: no clock skew detected, system time is correct, and all hosts related to TrueOS are accessible (trueos, freebsd, freshports…).
My updated BE displays “clock skew detected” on boot, although system time is correct, and I have no access to TrueOS hosts, and I cannot even run Update Manager.
I guess I have to check the clock settings, but I have no idea where.
And I’m sorry it’s hard for me to post info about that other BE’s settings, since I cannot post them here from there directly.
Thank you all.