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Jan
9
comment How can I diagnose certain games crashing?
This is getting downvotes and votes to close. Could people explain why? I've already dug up AppCrashView as an investigative tool myself, that's exactly the sort of thing I'm looking for.
Jan
9
revised How can I diagnose certain games crashing?
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Jan
9
revised How can I diagnose certain games crashing?
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Jan
9
asked How can I diagnose certain games crashing?
Dec
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Dec
9
comment Why would you `cat /dev/null > /var/log/messages`?
truncate -s 0 would do the same thing and be less idiomatic. However, shell programmers are a conservative bunch and one might encounter systems old enough or wacky enough to be lacking that command.
Nov
13
comment scp “lost connection” but ssh works fine
I don't have access to that machine anymore, but that seems a likely answer.
Nov
13
accepted scp “lost connection” but ssh works fine
Oct
25
revised Can a 7 days full 100% CPU load “burn-in” / “stress test” damage a modern notebook?
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Oct
23
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Oct
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Oct
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Oct
20
revised Can a 7 days full 100% CPU load “burn-in” / “stress test” damage a modern notebook?
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Oct
20
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Oct
20
comment Can a 7 days full 100% CPU load “burn-in” / “stress test” damage a modern notebook?
@TomStevens Where did you get the information that laptops need a long burn in period to remove plastic vapors or have toxic vapors in the first place?
Oct
20
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Oct
20
answered Can a 7 days full 100% CPU load “burn-in” / “stress test” damage a modern notebook?
Oct
20
comment Can a 7 days full 100% CPU load “burn-in” / “stress test” damage a modern notebook?
"I seriously question that notebooks have a life of one year", he said typing on his 2011 Macbook Pro.