'Bramhs' from kdemultimedia-2.0.20010101-1 fails if a kernel does not
have /dev/rtc support (not required kernel feature which does not work
on some boards; recently, for example, on a Sharp laptop a presence of
/dev/rtc was causing a wild behaviour of a hardware clock). It should
at least put an alert on a screen if a lack of this resource cannot
be worked around.
It's fixed in 2.2-0.cvs20010803.1