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SubjectRe: 2.6.22-rc1-mm1 [cannot change thermal trip points]
On Thu 2007-05-17 18:42:43, Len Brown wrote:
> > Something similar happened to me on XE3, yes.
> >
> > (Actual values were different; BIOS specified critical temperature at
> > cca 95C, but hw killed the power at cca 83C. Setting critical trip
> > point at 80C made the problem go away.)
> Great, please file a bug and include the acpidump from the XE3
> and we'll fix it, rather than supporting a bogus (manual) workaround for it.

It is few years since I do not have that XE3 machine.

> Of course if your system is running at 80*C and the hardware shuts
> off at 83*C, you may have a broken fan, or one clogged with dust...

It _did_ have broken fan. It also had broken trip points.
(cesky, pictures)
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