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Old 11-07-2005, 10:54 AM   #1
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time skew - noapic hangs xorg

I am running Ubuntu 5.10 32bit on my 64bit laptop(Turion64). I do this because there are several package problems on the 64bit version. However, the clock worked fine on the 64 bit version, but on the 32 bit version, the time goes 2 times as fast. I have tried adding noapic as kernel parameters, but when I do this, I can't start X. I simply get a black screen and the computer hangs. I have also tried no_timer_check , nolapic and noapictimer.
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