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SubjectRe: Linux & X11 & IRQ Interrupts
"David D. Hagood" wrote:
> ...
> If this bothers you, you could try getting another power supply (one
> that is "stiffer" and less prone to voltage sag) or you could run a
> program like Seti@home or Distributed.Net and keep your CPU busy all the
> time.

You can just add `idle=poll' to the kernel boot command line.
Then the CPU will not be halted, and there will be less
variation in the current.

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