Re: swsusp and suspend2 like to overheat my laptop

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Steven Rostedt wrote:
I would prefer to do both, but I really can't tell you if the $OTHER_OS
works or not. I booted it once with this machine, and that was only to
register it with IBM. ;)

After that, I slapped in my Debian install CD and the rest is history.
My own solution for BIOS updates was to reinstall the MS stuff completely
to a small old bootable external USB drive, and place it on a shelf for
contingency / testing uses.  That way it doesn't even require a boot sector
from the main drive.

Cheers
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