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On Wednesday, 2 November 2005 18:25, Karim Ryde wrote:
> On Wednesday 02 November 2005 16:20, Thiago Macieira wrote:
> > Benjamin Meyer wrote:
> > >Yah it is fairly crude, been thinking of improving it (and the rest of
> > > the clock configuration dialog)
> > >
> > >-Benjamin Meyer

> >
> > If someone wants to keep the clock in sync, he'd better use ntpd. It's
> > not that hard to set up and, unlike periodic syncs, ntpd maintains the
> > time.
> >
> > In fact, ntpd is mandated for anyone using NFS and make.

>
> Sure I have ntpd as deamon on gentoo, to keep the crazy amd64 runaway-clo=

ck
> syndrome somewhat under control.


I've found that 'noapic' kernel option solves the problem. Most amd64 machi=
nes=20
still have XT-PIC, so you can use it, unless you're running low on IRQs.
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