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Originally Posted by esocid View Post
Basically a kernel panic, or anything tagged with [error], which I'm guessing aren't there.
i searched all 3 of them again for anything with errors. I found several ATA errors like this one.

Jan 26 16:00:28 xxxxxxxxxxx kernel: [ 1607.168034] ata4: SError: { PHYRdyChg DevExch }

but it should be from hot swapping drives. I also turned off all visual effects so we'll see.
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do you have any drives attatched that are ntfs and are currently mounted?

if so, boot to windows and run a chkdsk on it, this sort of thing was happening to me, and the only thing i could find that was a link, was when i had my ntfs drives mounted and there was errors on the FS from improper shutdowns or just general muck ups.
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post #13 of 17
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i tried installing lm-sensors but couldn't figure it out. i did an apt-get install which said I already have the newest version. what do i do next? i goggled lm-senors how to and only got confused. I tried 3 or 4 other temp programs that only came up with, "no sensors found"

I dont think the computer is overheating, the mobo is supposed to alarm if temp are too high. on the other hand, it is passive so i added a fan that pushing about 40CFM on the passive sink. ambient temps are at 67F/19C. i leave the computer running, I that I could think of to load it was boinc. we'll see how long it lasts this time.
Run
Code:
sudo sensors-detect
and it will go through a wizard auto detecting all sensors in your system. You can generaly accept all defaults. Once finished it will display a list of sensors and their module names like "core-temp". Run
Code:
sudo modprobe <module_name>
for all of your sensors then finally
Code:
sensors
should display all readings.
post #14 of 17
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Run
Code:
sudo sensors-detect
and it will go through a wizard auto detecting all sensors in your system. You can generaly accept all defaults. Once finished it will display a list of sensors and their module names like "core-temp". Run
Code:
sudo modprobe <module_name>
for all of your sensors then finally
Code:
sensors
should display all readings.
thanks for the help, it works great!

my temps (core0/core1) are,
IDLE: 24c/20c
LOAD:27c/23c


keep in mind, this is with the 60mm 5000rpm fan in the passive sink. I dont think cooling is the problem. it seems to freeze up after several hours of standing still.
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post #15 of 17
if you already have lm-sensors installed run at the command line

sudo sensors-detect

follow along the setup

then you can just type the word

sensors at the command line to get your temps
    
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Do you have any wireless cards or any peripheral expansion cards? I have had Ubuntu lock up because of an incompatibility with a wireless card.
post #17 of 17
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Do you have any wireless cards or any peripheral expansion cards? I have had Ubuntu lock up because of an incompatibility with a wireless card.
i have an old usb Linksys but it locks up even when its not plugged in. last night it locked up again after I went to sleep and I have the same stuff in the log just before it crashed.

big FIFO


that must be it. my understanding is that big fifo is used for power savings right? i found a benchmark that read a 1watt savings.
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