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comment Getting time to sync with NTP on Centos 5 VM
Never seen that on an Intel CPU. I'd still try setting "clock=plt" on the kernel command line, but beyond that, I am at the end of my wisdom.
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answered Getting time to sync with NTP on Centos 5 VM
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comment AD: What is the difference between a managed and unmanaged computer?
Not naming - this may have been a braindead implementation for GUID. The BIOS would report the system GUID as its preconfigured GUID, with the last 48 bits XOR'd with the active (PXE booting) NIC's MAC address. As a result, WDS thought it was dealing with a new client on a NIC change on that machine. Haven't had occasion to test this on other boxes, though.
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comment AD: What is the difference between a managed and unmanaged computer?
That's my understanding, yes. Actually, part of the UUID is the network adapter's MAC address - that detail caused me some surprise when I switched out a NIC and expected that machine to regain its old hostname and domain account...
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answered PolicyKit vs polkit
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answered AD: What is the difference between a managed and unmanaged computer?
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answered ZFS on FreeBSD: recovery from data corruption
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answered Keeping freebsd up to date with only binary packages