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From: Helge Kreutzmann (kreutzmitp.uni-hannover.de)
Date: Mon Jan 28 2002 - 01:54:20 CST
On Sun, Jan 27, 2002 at 09:15:34PM -0800, Stephen Williams wrote:
> ineitigmx.net said:
> > you can add to your kernel-options something like "cycle=500000000",
> > where the 5*10^8 is the clock-rate of the processor.
> That's an interesting clue. Sure 'nuff, I can see that the cycle
> estimate shows up as 1800MHz when I boot the 2.4.9 kernel (and
> 499Mhz when I boot the 2.4.3 kernel) and that would explain the
> 4X slowdown in the clock.
I am not sure exactly how milo handles it but I would suggest using a
kernel which has the fix already provided, see archives for details. I
use 2.4.13ac5 which detects the cylce flawlessly. So if you do not
depend on some special redhat patch (i.e. the VM) I'd suggest this as
the easiest path.
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