[RC5] main power?

Mike Faunce mike at faunce.com
Wed Jan 3 23:03:20 EST 2001


You may also want to make sure that your system isn't overheating and
shutting down.  Be especially careful if you are putting it in a bag or
otherwise restricting airflow.  I don't know what system you have and where
it pulls/pushes air for cooling, but both my IBM and Toshiba laptops get
substantially hotter when running at 100% CPU utilization.

Mike
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Mike Faunce
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-----Original Message-----
From: owner-rc5 at lists.distributed.net
[mailto:owner-rc5 at lists.distributed.net]On Behalf Of john
Sent: Wednesday, January 03, 2001 12:20 PM
To: rc5 at lists.distributed.net
Subject: [RC5] main power?


i run dnetc on my laptop sometimes and i have the laptop configured to
remain on when the cover is closed.  i used to be able to close the laptop,
unplug, and take it home and all the while it would cut keys.  now it pauses
when i unplug the power.  why?

dnetc v2.8010-463-CTR-00071320 for Linux (Linux 2.2.14).

.....10%.....20%.....30%.....40%.....50%.....
[Jan 03 15:30:49 UTC] Paused... (No mains power)
[Jan 03 16:24:47 UTC] Running again after pause... (Mains power restored)
.....10%.....20%.....30%.....40%.....50%.....60%.....70%.....80%.....90%....
100
[Jan 03 16:34:52 UTC] Completed RC5 packet 0032D4FB:C0000000 (4*2^28 keys)
                      0.01:18:48.75 - [227,066.73 keys/sec]


wouldnt it be better to keep cutting keys on battery?
-j
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