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CONFIG_CLOCK_AUTO: AUTO

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The Linux kernel configuration item CONFIG_CLOCK_AUTO:

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Define the CPU clock frequency in use. On many boards you don't really need to know, so you can select the AUTO option. On some boards you need to know the real clock frequency to determine other system timing (for example baud rate dividors, etc). Some processors have an internal PLL and you can select a frequency to run at. You need to know a little about the internals of your processor to set this. If in doubt choose the AUTO option.

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