In the last episode (Nov 03), Jonathan Vomacka said:
> I have a quick question. I know these options are prevelent in Linux*
> Operating Systems. It's been a while since I used Freebsd. Last night
> I installed FreeBSD 6.1 (AMD64).
> For certain reasons, I need the FreeBSD kernel to achieve 1000 Hertz.
> Most linux OS's default at 250 and in order to change it the kernel
> needs to be recompiled. Does this work the same way for FreeBSD 6.1?
Just edit /boot/loader.conf, add the line
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