From: Peter V. Saveliev (peet_at_peet.spb.ru)
Date: Fri 01 Apr 2005 - 16:06:19 BST
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> > does ntpd start on this kernel in xid=0, that is, _not_ in virtual
> > context?
> yes the ntp is running in the "main" context....
> > I'm not sure, but If it doesn't, see "capabilities" module or like that --
> > "realtime" etc, depends on the kernel configuration.
> hmm - so I think I have to mod the sources as I cant find appropriate
> kernel config params...
So, that's not, what I think... I encountered the same problem, but on the
"normal" kernels 2.6.8/9/10. The solve was to 'modprobe capabilities' or
'modprobe realtime'. But if ntpd runs in the "main" context, I think, it is not
the same case. Maybe, you've to look around capabilities(7) to get appropriate
CAP_* in the context?
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