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SubjectRe: Time Travel v1.0.
On Thu, 11 Jun 1998, Phil's Kernel Account wrote:

> #Umm. To insmod this, you must be root. As root, you can change the
> #system clock to anything you would like it to be. I guess you wish to
> #be more focused by targeting a specifc app to get shifted?
>
> You can bet I'm going to be using it. I have some timed demos that I just
> don't have the time to really evaluate before they expire. Now I can MAKE
> the time. Well, at least to the program. :)

For programs that aren't statically linked to libc (ie just about
everything), this can be easily accomplished in user space with preloaded
libraries that cover libc's syscall cover functions.

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