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SubjectRe: time goes backwards periodically on laptop if booted in low-power mode
Alan Cox wrote:
> > This isn't fixing the root cause of the problem which is interactions
> > between the BIOS power management and the kernel I believe, but it
> > does fix the problem and is really quite cheap so perhaps might be
> do_gettimeofday is still going to give strange results - and consider
> the case where you boot slow and speed up...
> If you can give me the DMI strings for the affected boxes I can add
> them to the DMi tables (see*) works properly
on my desktop machine, but on the affected laptop it just repeatedly
prints out

DMI 2.3 present.
44 structures occupying 1330 bytes.
DMI table at 0x17FF0000.
dmi: read: Illegal seek

and doesn't say anything interesting. Both machines are running
vanilla Red Hat 7.2, I think. Shall I try it with vanilla 2.4.18-rc1?

- Dan
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