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    SubjectRe: Lost Ticks on x86_64
    > Some BIOSes do not lock SMM, and you *could* turn it off at the chipset
    > level.

    I don't see anything about SMM in my BIOS configuration even with the
    advanced options enabled... Turning it off at the chipset level sounds
    like a hardware hack - is it?

    The gettimeofday patch for 2.6.13-rc3 won't apply. My source tree has
    no ntp.h or ntp.c, and I get a malformed patch error at line 560. I'm
    using the patch Google found for me: http://lwn.net/Articles/143953/
    on a 2.6.13-rc3 source tree.
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