Re: Strange problems with clock
On 03-Nov-99 Nikita Schmidt wrote:
> Check what your kernel thinks about the CPU cycle frequency
> (cat /proc/cpuinfo). If it doesn't look right, try a newer kernel, and
> if it still doesn't help, add cycle=166000000 parameter to the boot
> command. (IIRC, 2.0.36 doesn't support this option.)
> Or, if you simply reboot, it might just work...
Rebooting hasn't helped at all. Right now, I'm having it compile 2.2.13. Oh,
and here's /proc/cpuinfo on the machine:
cpu : Alpha
cpu model : LCA4
cpu variation : -4294967301
cpu revision : 0
cpu serial number : Linux_is_Great!
system type : Noname
system variation : 0
system revision : 0
system serial number : MILO-0000
cycle frequency [Hz] : 166631022
timer frequency [Hz] : 1024.00
page size [bytes] : 8192
phys. address bits : 34
max. addr. space # : 63
BogoMIPS : 163.05
kernel unaligned acc : 0 (pc=0,va=0)
user unaligned acc : 832 (pc=1555556719c,va=1555588a438)
platform string : N/A
Sent on 03-Nov-99 at 10:51:36.
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