Probably controlled by ACPI ... check out the patches @
www.sourceforge.net/projects/acpi and the mailing list for more details ...
Essentially $OtherOS is controlling the fan speed in relation to the temp of
the CPU ... without other knowledge, linux says, leave the fan on on the
off-chance ... but the ACPI patch helps give that extra knowledge ...
> -----Original Message-----
> Not going to start the normal flame wars, sorry,
>> But I have a dual boot laptop, when l start linux up the cpu fan gose like
> good thing, can be nosy on my desk. But when I start M$ 2K it slows down
> is quiter. Is there any way (or reason why this happens) to do this, via
> kernel maybe ??
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