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Questions on kernel options enabled by default on i386 but not atari...
I noticed that "options NTP" is not set on Atari, but it is set on i386.
"Because of sensitivity to timing, however, it is important to have the
standard NTP clock phase-locked loop implemented in kernel space. All recent
versions of Linux, BSD, and Solaris are implemented in this manner."
Is there good reason the NTP option is disabled on Atari, or could it just be
There were also a few pseudo-devices enabled on i386 by default but disabled on
atari, including: crypto, swcrypto, ksyms
Anyone know what those are all about? I did find a little bit of tech info on
ksyms, but its unclear what it would normally be used for. Debugging perhaps?
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