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 01/17/2006 04:11 AM
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mattvangerwen
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I've a amd turion.
I've googled around but I did saw any hints for my problem, so I turn up to this site where a lot of knowledge is about amd turion and hopefullly also about linux.
I experience a strange behaviour under linux the cpu load is always at least 50% and when doing something it goes to 100%. It makes my laptop unworkable. This behaviour i s not hapening under windows xp or freebsd 6.0.

I hope some one can help me out with this.

With kind regards

Matt van Gerwen
 01/17/2006 03:23 PM
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You don't state which Distro of Linux you are using, or which interface, but everyone I've tried has a utility that can help you determine what functions are using CPU time. I

I would also post your question in the Linux forums.

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 01/17/2006 04:06 PM
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QUOTE(kirbalo @ Jan 17 2006, 02:23 PM)You don't state which Distro of Linux you are using, or which interface, but everyone I've tried has a utility that can help you determine what functions are using CPU time.  I

I would also post your question in the Linux forums.
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I've tried fedora 4, gentoo [current], ubuntu and mandriva 10.1. My laptop is an HP ze2000 Pavilion. I wondering if I'm the only person that experience this? I will also post this massage at an linux forum. Thanks for your interessed.


 01/17/2006 04:12 PM
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QUOTE(mattvangerwen @ Jan 17 2006, 03:06 PM)I've tried fedora 4, gentoo [current], ubuntu and mandriva 10.1. My laptop is an HP ze2000 Pavilion. I wondering if I'm the only person that experience this? I will also post this massage at an linux forum. Thanks for your interessed.
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And all of them exhibited this phenomenon? If not, then which distro were you using?

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My Rigs:

Athlon 64 3400+ (CG) @ 2.4GHz, Asus K8N-E Deluxe, 2 GB OCZ DDR400, BFG nVidia 6800OC 128MB, Seagate 200GB PATA, Seagate 160GB PATA, Dual Boot XP and x64, Antec 350W Mid-Tower

Athlon 64 3400+ (E3) @ 2.4GHz, Asus K8N-E Deluxe, 2 GB OCZ DDR400, eVGA nVidia 6800 128MB, Seagate 320GB SATA, Vista x64, Antec 350W Mid-Tower
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