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SubjectRe: Linux vs Windows temperature anomaly
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On Thu, 6 Mar 2003 10:11 am, Herman Oosthuysen wrote:
> Jonathan Lundell wrote:
> > We've been seeing a curious phenomenon on some PIII/ServerWorks CNB30-LE
> > systems.
> >
> > The systems fail at relatively low temperatures. While the failures are
> > So, the puzzle: what might account for temperature sensitivity, of all
> > things, under Linux 2.4.9-31 (RH 7.2), but not Win2K?
>
> Linux is more 'busy' than windoze and I have heard of boxes frying when
> running Linux. The solution is to find a better motherboard
> manufacturer...

That doesn't make sense. His post said the temperature was 20 degrees lower
when it failed.

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