anahata at treewind.co.uk
Wed May 5 18:40:23 EDT 2004
On Wed, May 05, 2004 at 02:43:41PM -0700, Malcolm Baldridge wrote:
> I smell a heat problem
Nothing else breaks that badly.
> or something silly like a glibc or g++
> mismatch/build issue. C++ programs built with pre gcc-3.2 compilers
> shouldn't be mixed with libraries built with post gcc-3.2 compilers [and
Wouldn't know about that, but upgrading to ver 1.1.8 made it behave a
lot better. Usable, but not perfect. It's possible the earlier version
wasn't fully compatible with Gnome 2.4
> > Hardware: AMD Duron 1300,
> Oooooh, I really smell a heat problem if those Durons are anything like the
> Thunderbird Athlons.
Durons don't run particularly hot, and this one's got a Zalman flower
clooler on it - they're pretty good but I might check the BIOS
> Install the lm_sensors drivers <http://secure.netroedge.com/~lm78/> and try
> to get a "sensors" output of your CPU's temperature just after a segfault.
It would be good if I could get that working.
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