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SubjectRe: ANYONE? Re: SMP + Hyperthreading / Asus PCDL Deluxe / Kernel 2.4.x 2.6.x / Crash/Freeze
Richard Browning <> said:
> On Saturday 20 March 2004 14:33, Richard Browning wrote:
> > Is there anyone in kernelland who is tackling this? I'm currently in the
> > throes of recompiling everything with -march=pentium3 -O2 to see if these
> > simple flags make a difference (as I reiterate, Windoze XP works without
> > problem). I refuse to believe that I will have to use XP in order to get my
> > money's worth. I've always thought anything Doze can do, GNU/Linux does
> > better!

> It's been pointed out to me that this Doze-vs-Linux comparison won't
> help. If you're offended by it, please don't be. I've been a supporter
> and contributer to the GNU cause for the last six years and I'm not going
> to stop. However this is the first serious issue that I've come across
> re: the kernel and incompatible hardware and I would like to see it
> fixed. Like I've said, I want to help pinpoint the problem - but no-one's
> asking.

In my experience, when Linux crashes, Windows works fine it is flaky
hardware. Has variously been overclocking, bad fans (CPU overheating), bad
RAM. You have to rule all that out first. Might need a BIOS update...
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