[clug-talk] sssto tyyyyppppeeee
sgrover at open2space.com
Wed Jul 19 12:29:00 PDT 2006
If it is affecting the system clock as well, maybe the kernel timer is
not set right?
You can check this with dmesg | less. It'll be near the top of the
output, and the message might be something like "could not set mtr".
I had an issue once where my system time kept getting out of sync by a
few hours after only a few days. It turned out to be the kernel timer.
If this is the case for you, then you will likely need to reconfigure
and recompile a kernel, which might be troublesome (i.e. not as straight
forward as it should be) with the distros you listed.
But, I would suspect driver issues first, as Gustin has suggested.
D Bhardwaj wrote:
> Thaanks Gustin, I will try that. I tested windows, doesn't do it there on mine.
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> From: Gustin Johnson <Gustin at echostar.ca>
> Date: Wednesday, July 19, 2006 11:02 am
> Subject: Re: [clug-talk] sssto tyyyyppppeeee
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>> I have a compaq V2310CA, with an AMD64 chip (turion). The ati chipset
>> was a little buggy, I had to put "noapic" on the kernel boot line in
>> /boot/grub/menu.lst to get the laptop to behave properly.
>> I have a similar problem with a logitech bluetooth keyboard, but only
>> for a second after it wakes up, and this behavior is independent of OS
>> (ie. it happens on Windows too).
>> D Bhardwaj wrote:
>>> any wayy i can get the keeysstrokesss from doinnngg
>> this?> or dooo i have to leeeaaarn neww way of
>> typinngg?> its a coompaqq v2410ca. ddissstro doesn't seem to
>> maatter ddoesss it onn ubunttu and maannndddriivaa
>>> Driver issuesss?
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