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Subject2.6.2 - System clock runs too fast
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Hello together

I've a problem with my system clock. It runs too fast. In realtime 5 minutes
my notebook runs 8 minutes. The BIOS-Time doesn't run.
With kernel 2.4.24 everything is ok but when I boot my new 2.6.2 the clock
runs.

Could it be that the compiled speedstepping caused this problem?
Or is there an another causing?

My system: IBM A31p, Kernel 2.6.2, Debian unstable

I already tried "adjtimex --adjust", but I only get the following lines:

--------------
--- current --- -- suggested --
cmos time system-cmos 2nd diff tick freq tick freq
1076412437 3618.069962 3618.069962 10000 -31571705
1076412444 3620.461976 2.392014 10000 -31571705
1076412451 3622.920983 2.459007 10000 -31571705 7536 1149088
1076412458 3625.488963 2.567980 10000 -31571705 7427 1326036
1076412467 3629.007896 3.518933 10000 -31571705 6476 1637419
adjtimex: Invalid argument
---------------
I hope someone can help me!

regards
Markus
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