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Nov
24
comment Ubuntu 12.10 Fan overspeeding
Thanks for the info. But I got tired with Linux. Win 7 is just fine with cygwin. :) I may try different distros next time, if wish to have linux as main OS on my system again.
Oct
8
awarded  Notable Question
Oct
7
awarded  Scholar
Oct
7
accepted How to Create Symlink Dynamically for Dynamically Created File in a Folder
Oct
4
comment How to Create Symlink Dynamically for Dynamically Created File in a Folder
No, want symlink for files created dynamically. It can also work that all files of certain type involved.
Oct
1
comment How to Create Symlink Dynamically for Dynamically Created File in a Folder
I do not know if this is the only way, but possibly the answer is the only way. The C prog after so long is looking tough task.
Sep
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asked How to Create Symlink Dynamically for Dynamically Created File in a Folder
Apr
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awarded  Popular Question
Feb
16
revised Ubuntu 12.10 Fan overspeeding
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Feb
13
comment Ubuntu 12.10 Fan overspeeding
In just 3 hrs it becomes hot enough that I feel the health of my laptop. Also at night time, fan sound is very irritating. It disturbs me. If anyone suggest me better well known Linux distro other than Ubuntu to which I can use easily then I can think of it. Fedora/mandrake/ ... ?
Feb
13
comment Ubuntu 12.10 Fan overspeeding
@petermolnar can you tell me more about it! How to raise lower end? example etc.
Feb
13
comment Ubuntu 12.10 Fan overspeeding
If fan is dirty etc then same problem will be visible on win 7 as well. Even I decided to use Linux and I kept Win7.
Feb
13
comment Ubuntu 12.10 Fan overspeeding
It is loudness of the fan as well as heat I feel when I touch Dell Studio laptop at the bottom. If I continue to use Ubuntu then my laptop life will be less. I edited grub so that I see ubuntu first in dual boot and many other things to use Ubnutu this time instead of win 7.
Feb
11
awarded  Student
Feb
10
comment Ubuntu 12.10 Fan overspeeding
Output: /usr/sbin/pwmconfig: There are no pwm-capable sensor modules installed. :(
Feb
6
comment Ubuntu 12.10 Fan overspeeding
This looks worth trying. Currently I am out station much so I cannot try for few days.
Feb
6
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Jan
31
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Jan
31
revised Ubuntu 12.10 Fan overspeeding
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31
asked Ubuntu 12.10 Fan overspeeding