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Re: Problems with clock on 1.1-CURRENT

From: "Justin C. Sherrill" <justin.sherrill@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Tue, 03 Aug 2004 15:09:09 -0400

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Just to bring up this problem again:  On my computer where the clock runs
too fast, I had this in my /boot/loader.conf:


I deleted that, and put in: 


And the clock ran at a normal speed, for about half an hour.  At that point,
I put the vesa_load and etc. lines back in, removed the ACPI line, and
rebooted.  After about an hour and a half, the clock had skewed forward
some two (additional) hours.

I deleted the vesa_load and etc. lines again, went back to having
debug.acpi.disabled="acpi" only in loader.conf, and so far (2 hours later),
the clock is still correct.  

The only other kernel module used is:
  2    1 0xcc5c8000 7000     logo_saver.ko

It looks like having vesa.ko loaded or perhaps ACPI on is what causes it. 
Can someone with the too-fast clock problem duplicate this?

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