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10 Jul 2020 15:50 - 11 Jul 2020 18:27 #174228 by RotarySMP
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Good call guys. I turned off EIST, turbo and C state reporting in Bios, and it has now been running a couple of Youtube channels and the latency test for about an hour without freezing up.

Would their still be an advatage to do intel_idle.max_cstate=1 to the kernel command line (with grub)? I don't knwohow to do that yet, so it'll take me a bit of searching to find out.

I really appreciate yor help here.
Mark
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10 Jul 2020 18:45 #174245 by tommylight
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My feeling is that you should switch off nearly everithing on the first page.

To late to the party, was welding and cutting....
That was the correct answer from Mike.
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10 Jul 2020 19:55 #174262 by RotarySMP
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Photos or it didnt happen :)

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11 Jul 2020 18:33 #174318 by tommylight
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Photos or it didnt happen :)

Scouts honour !

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11 Jul 2020 18:56 - 11 Jul 2020 19:09 #174319 by RotarySMP
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Some serious fabrication going on there. Like!
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11 Jul 2020 19:35 #174320 by tommylight
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30 SqM hut or carport as US calls it, but no cars will enter there, just my two newly built plasma cutters.

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11 Jul 2020 19:46 #174322 by RotarySMP
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Car are a creatures of open spaces. You risk giving them claustophobia if enclosed. Far better for all to use such spaces for machines and hobbies I say.
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12 Jul 2020 08:36 #174365 by tommylight
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My cars are always outside despite having plenty of covered spaces. :)
They can handle that and it is nice to have frozen fingers in Winter from cleaning ice and snow from it.

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12 Jul 2020 10:01 #174371 by RotarySMP
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I uploaded this weeks video...


Enjoy,
Mark
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13 Jul 2020 17:12 - 13 Jul 2020 19:25 #174518 by RotarySMP
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thanks to Andy, I now have the XFCE interface reset to the default. Not sure why a Mint download ended up as Stretch with XFCE, but that doesnt matter.

I enabled Autologin according to this how to...
steemit.com/software/@kskarthik/how-to-e...uto-login-in-lightdm

I need to check that bios battery again, as the bios had reset again after 2 days. I had checked it was at 3V with a multimeter before I installed it, and there should be almost no current draw on it. But now the POS is locking up again, even with the CPU magic deactivated in BIOS.

I am trying to upgrade from 2.7 from 2.8, while trying to get a feel for when the freeze occurs.
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