[ntp:questions] Garmin GPS18x LVC 5m - Centos 5.5 - Kernel 2.6.18 - gpsd

Richard B. Gilbert rgilbert88 at comcast.net
Tue Dec 28 19:30:09 UTC 2010

On 12/28/2010 8:53 AM, Q wrote:
> "David Lord"<snews at lordynet.org>  wrote in message
> news:6utou7-ut8.ln1 at p4x2400c.home.lordynet.org...
>> On NetBSD I've had periods when rms offset as from
>> peer_summary, has remained below  10us for many days.
>> Mean offset is usually near 0.000ms. I don't have
>> reliable reception so would  expect lower offset with
>> a higher aerial position.
> Alas I run RHEL/Centos and don't fancy swapping to a BSD.
> I've had a little more time to look at things today and I'm wondering about
> patching my kernel.
> Now I'm very new to this and of the handful of guides I've seen on the net
> I'm not feeling 100%.
> Has anyone got any tips for the easiest/safest/best way to patch my current
> kernel or point me in the direction of a stock kernel that supports PPS
> fully?

Probably the most important thing is to know how to restore your 
original kernel!!!!!!  If you don't know that you are *REALLY* playing 
with fire!

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