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  • make_adobe_on_Linux!
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    Originally posted by tildearrow View Post

    What?!
    Important to understand how the SJWs function, so when they attack you... Your kernel is hardened against their slander :P And then we can make jokes like I just did

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  • tildearrow
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    Originally posted by make_adobe_on_Linux! View Post

    Burn victim shaming - ban him!
    What?!

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  • pkunk
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    This update broke my workflow!

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  • make_adobe_on_Linux!
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    Originally posted by tildearrow View Post
    Is there a legal requirement on maximum temperature?

    So what? Is using a heater illegal now?
    What if the room temperature is 45°C? Does that make using a phone/computer illegal?

    Did we just break the law?
    Burn victim shaming - ban him!

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  • tildearrow
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    Is there a legal requirement on maximum temperature?

    So what? Is using a heater illegal now?
    What if the room temperature is 45°C? Does that make using a phone/computer illegal?

    Did we just break the law?

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  • make_adobe_on_Linux!
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    Added to list of reasons to fork kernel for my anti-SJW distro.

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  • nabero
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    Planned obsolescence provided as a safety measure, how clever.

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  • GreenByte
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    But how am I supposed to make hot dogs if this is going to be on by default?

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  • dlezcano
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    The framework is designed to be architecture agnostic. The DTPM tree contains the generic code and the DTPM leaves of the tree are the real devices where it is possible to act on power limitation and get power usage. So any platform wanting to add a backend driver to hook the tree can use the DTPM framework. The Mobile with the ARM architecture and the thermal daemons are obviously the first ones on the list to use this framework, that is why there is the DTPM cpu energy model based submitted along with the DTPM generic framework.

    There is a blog giving more details on that: https://www.linaro.org/blog/using-en...in-tdp-budget/

    And a presentation at the Linaro Virtual Connect 20: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ak6o...outu.be&t=9205

    Hope that helps

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  • chuckula
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    Looks like that RocketLake + RTX 3000 smartphone I wanted is a go!

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