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SubjectRe: Defective Red Hat Distribution poorly represents Linux
Ya, I also had a system that ran many OS's great, including Linux, Win98,
Win2k, etc. However when I went to install NT on it, the CPU overheated
every time. Ya, I know, doesn't make sense, but that's how it was.

-b


John Jasen wrote:

> On Mon, 20 Nov 2000, Charles Turner, Ph.D. wrote:
>
> > (4) For those who think the hardware is broken; The hardware worked
> > for six months using Windows/2000. It has a NT core.
>
> On this note, I recall a time that I 'appropriated' a workstation for
> linux.
>
> It was pulled out of the student labs, where it had worked for 3 months
> running NT 4.0, but the RH install kept on crashing out.
>
> I could even reinstall NT 4.0.
>
> *shrug*
>
> Eventually traced it down to memory, and had our hardware hacks replace
> it.
>
> Sometimes hardware problems can be subtle.
>
> --
> -- John E. Jasen (jjasen1@umbc.edu)
> -- Some elections you just can't buy. For others, there's GORE 2000
>
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