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The Monday 2006-12-25 at 12:05 +0200, Andre Truter wrote:
The system fan stil comes on at 80 deg and goes off at
75 deg again,
so the system does not overheat. It just runs hot and every now and
again, the fan comes on.
Then it could be a changed setting in fan triggering, or that it is a
different "thing" which is triggering the fan.
I did notice that when the machine resumes or when
restarted, then this message is logged:
Dec 25 10:01:51 fullyautomatix powersaved: WARNING
(continueEvent:287) Could not execute program
/usr/lib/powersave/scripts for event daemon.scheme.change: No such
file or directory
I guess that could be classified as a bug. Some script is missing or a
misspelled one is called. Bugzilla?
Perhaps when the scheme changes temperature settings are changed, and
other things. But a part of it is missing.
I'm just guessing, of course.
I also noted that I get the following messages during
Dec 25 09:47:28 fullyautomatix kernel: mmc0: Card is consuming too much power!
Dec 25 09:47:28 fullyautomatix kernel: mmc0: Unexpected interrupt
If that is true and a card is consuming too much, it also increase the
temperature, but would it affect the cpu? Or is it just a temporary
situation while restoring, then the kernel gets control of things? Unless
a kernel developper has a look at it :-?
0x00800000. Please report this to
You could try that, or report it to bugzilla, so that Novell people do.
Dec 25 09:47:28 fullyautomatix kernel: sdhci:
Maybe this has something to do with it?
Carlos E. R.
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