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revised A way to trigger an SELinux policy violation?
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comment Intel Dynamic Platform and Thermal Framework Settings - what exactly do they do?
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revised Intel Dynamic Platform and Thermal Framework Settings - what exactly do they do?
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answered Intel Dynamic Platform and Thermal Framework Settings - what exactly do they do?
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reviewed Looks OK In a Terminal profile, how can I set it to cd right after ssh connects?
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reviewed Looks OK RAID 1 using three drives
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comment Can hibernating the computer damage the RAM?
@Carcigenicate: As I understand it, it's done by the CPU's integrated memory controller these days. Yes, it's inefficient, with DDR3 modules typically drawing anywhere from 2 to 10 watts depending on capacity, speed, and voltage.
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reviewed Approve Random Restarts [Not Heat Related]
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reviewed Close How do I mute certain tabs in Chrome?
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reviewed Close Youtube video not available, when it clearly should
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reviewed Close How did iTunes install itself?
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reviewed Leave Open Why is the total memory usage reported by Windows Task Manager much higher than the sum of all processes' memory usage?
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answered Rufus says my USB drive has bad blocks, how do I fix it?
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comment GCC internal compiler error (segmentation fault in cc1plus) under multiple distributions
From the looks of it, this is a bug in the compiler. Try to isolate the source of the issue; a short, self-contained and syntactically correct example would help here. See also: stackoverflow.com/help/mcve
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revised GCC internal compiler error (segmentation fault in cc1plus) under multiple distributions
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comment GCC internal compiler error (segmentation fault in cc1plus) under multiple distributions
We can't debug an internal compiler error without more information. Can you tell us what you're trying to compile? Try to determine what source code is triggering it.
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reviewed Approve Can hibernating the computer damage the RAM?