On 19/05/2021 07.35, Douglas McGarrett wrote:
On 5/16/21 9:26 PM, Carlos E. R. wrote:
On 17/05/2021 02.29, Douglas McGarrett wrote:
In another post I admitted that I had formatted partitions for Windows and TW after I had cleaned the entire drive by erasing and removing all partitions using gparted. Before I installed TW, I installed and ran Windows, as I mentioned, and installed just a few apps to make it not suck so much. Then I installed TW. The system has crashed about three times since then, but I did run s-tui and watched it for some time while I ran some other stuff. I did not see anything suspicious. Of course I monitored the fan on the CPU--it ran all the time. Perhaps it needs to run faster? It seems to run silently. But the CPU also remains about 30°C or so--hardly working up a sweat.
You can start gkrellm, and tell it to display temperatures and fan speeds - what it can display depends on the machine (run sensors-detect as root to find and enable them). But it does not graph those.
Someone posted a line for monitoring cpu temperatures but I can't find it. Perhaps I can write a short app to monitor the temperatures and record them. If I can find a Pascal compiler. Or if I could find my notes on writing BASH. Then I also need some kind of routine that will keep the processor busy. (It is only about 30 years since I wrote any code!)
What else could make the system crash?
Many things. Very difficult to say. You have to watch the logs.