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Re: time stops on latest kernels



On 27 May 1997, Rob Browning wrote:

> Is anyone else running the latest unstable kernels on a uniprocessor?
> I have noticed that with many of the recent kernels (including
> 2.1.40), time appears to be stopped.  With these kernels, on my
> machine clock never returns anything but zero, and things like
> procmeter never register anything for cpu usage.
> 
> I know that 2.1.26 doesn't have this problem, but I'm not sure where
> it was introduced.  I have a suspicion that it's related to the new
> multiprocessor code...

I'm running:-

Linux debian 2.1.36 #56 Sat Apr 26 15:44:22 BST 1997 i486 unknown

And everything is working...

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