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SubjectRe: W2100Z Critical temperature explained
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On Maw, 2005-10-25 at 12:43 -0400, Jack Howarth wrote:
> various Linux kernels. Certainly in cases like these where destruction
> can occur due to the bugs in the firmware, this merits being passed
> along to the Linux kernel users.

If that is indeed the case and as serious as you describe then I'm sure
Sun will be contacting all their customers urgently to advise them of
the flawed hardware as they would with faulty PSU's or other items.

Trying to track each of the billion broken PCs in the world work on a
given day with a given card combination is something thats almost
computationally infeasible

Alan

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