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    Great! Lots of thank You. Will have to try some...

    Great! Lots of thank You. Will have to try some of those.
    Will see if anything will catch fire.

    Actually modern CPUs will survive removing the fan while they are running. GPUs may be more...
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    In one lab at our Uni we used Epiphany because...

    In one lab at our Uni we used Epiphany because the manager did not install Firefox.
    If such projects were not installed as default, we would probably get a proper browser.
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    Born a hacker!

    Born a hacker!
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    https://bugzilla.kernel.org/show_bug.cgi?id=11382#...

    https://bugzilla.kernel.org/show_bug.cgi?id=11382#c38
    "So in the interests of adding some closure to this bug. The issue turns out to have never been the e1000e driver's fault. The fault lies with...
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    " There is one thing that will not have changed,...

    " There is one thing that will not have changed, though. Testers of unstable software - especially the kernel - have often been warned that said software can do all kinds of terrible things to their...
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    How a network card driver of a PCI card can do...

    How a network card driver of a PCI card can do something based on the display refresh rate?

    Yep, I am aware that there were some issues with lm-sensors flashing the BIOS and even today...
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    LOL. I am not an American. It was just an...

    LOL. I am not an American.



    It was just an example and a debugging hack.
    The 8042 commands are described here:
    http://wiki.osdev.org/%228042%22_PS/2_Controller#PS.2F2_Controller_Commands...
  8. In a student project two-three years ago I have...

    In a student project two-three years ago I have made a GPS tracker on an 8-bit ATmega. So 32-bit processors will probably live till 2100.
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    Lots of thank You for Your answer. I'm sorry,...

    Lots of thank You for Your answer.

    I'm sorry, but didn't find anything about the Schmidt law.


    I meant directly breaking the hardware, i.e. modifying the bios by mistake or setting some...
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    Bump! Anyone? This may happen to anybody, even...

    Bump! Anyone?
    This may happen to anybody, even to the best kernel hackers.
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    Bump!

    Bump!
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    The dangers of Linux kernel development

    Hello,
    I have recently started to take part in kernel dev, for the time being by helping people debug their problems.
    I am a bit worried about the possibility of damaging someone's hardware.
    How...
  13. Well, I wonder how much the x.org domain could be...

    Well, I wonder how much the x.org domain could be worth.
    They could sell it and donate the money to free software developement.
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    Does it happen without virtualbox loaded?

    Does it happen without virtualbox loaded?
  15. You are setting the permissions manually and so...

    You are setting the permissions manually and so this does not affect You.
    If that would be the case, the Pedals would not work all the time.

    For the second time I ask You: did You try with Linux...
  16. Please don't be too eager to condemn Him....

    Please don't be too eager to condemn Him. Otherwise in a similar situation, when something is annoying to You but have no time to fix it the same will happen.
  17. Did You try booting with Linux 3.2? Download it...

    Did You try booting with Linux 3.2?
    Download it at http://packages.ubuntu.com/precise/any/linux-image-3.2.0-65-generic-pae , install and reboot.
  18. This probably is a kernel issue, not a systemd...

    This probably is a kernel issue, not a systemd one.
    Just download the last kernel that worked correctly from packages.ubuntu.com, install it and reboot.

    Sent from my pts/10 with w3m.
  19. It looks more like a bug in the kernel than in...

    It looks more like a bug in the kernel than in udev / systemd.
  20. https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/systemd/...

    https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/systemd/+bug/1332444
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