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SubjectRe: Linux vs Windows temperature anomaly
On Wed, Mar 05, 2003 at 01:52:16PM -0800, Jonathan Lundell wrote:
> We've been seeing a curious phenomenon on some PIII/ServerWorks
> CNB30-LE systems.
>
> So, the puzzle: what might account for temperature sensitivity, of
> all things, under Linux 2.4.9-31 (RH 7.2), but not Win2K?


Hmmm. Wasn't there something with IDE and the LE-Chipset.

Maybe you should try a current kernel. Don't know if this old-kernel has
the fix.




Bis denn

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