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Re: MS Windows through QEMU



On Monday 04 September 2006 02:07, James Wilkinson wrote:
> Jack Gates wrote:
> > I did this and I see that it created a file name max-user-freq
> > in /proc/sys/dev/rtc/ and the only thing in the file is 1024
> >
> > So what does this mean?
>
> May I recommend that you read Documentation/rtc.txt from the kernel
> sources? You can find a recent copy at
> http://www.mjmwired.net/kernel/Documentation/rtc.txt
>
> It explains what the RTC is, that it can generate signals at a
> relatively high frequency, that this is a problem for slow
> computers, and so you have to turn on the support for high
> frequency interrupts.
>
> And that file is how you do so.
>
> Using these RTC signals means that a program can "wake up" very
> frequently (to handle sound generation or whatever) without taking
> too much computing time.

Thank You

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Jack Gates http://www.morningstarcom.net


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