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SubjectRe: Clock drift on Transmeta Crusoe
Hi!

> > Let me guess: vesafb?
> I am running vesafb, yes...
>
> > If problem goes away when you stop using framebuffer
> > (i.e. go X), then
> > it is known.
> but the problem happens in X as well :)

So that's different problem.

> > You are lucky. My machine is able to loose 2 minutes
> > from every 3
> > minutes.
>
> Indeed :) Thanks, it seems like mine is just a normal
> drift.

My 2-minutes-from-3-lost problem is caused by heavy scrolling in
vesafb. It is known console bug. X can not cause that!
Pavel
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