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SubjectRe: Defective Red Hat Distribution poorly represents Linux
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David Riley <oscar@the-rileys.net> said:

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> This is true. What I suppose would be the solution is that if faulty
> hardware is found, a reduction in performance should be made.

Finding out if you've got bad RAM might take a few hours running mem86. Not
exactly what I have in mind to do each boot...
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