Mon, 12 Mar 2001 18:10:14 -0800
At 07:47 PM 3/12/2001 -0800, you wrote:
>Its not clear to mee what the problem is - are you having trouble with
He clearly outlined the problem below:
> > I'm using IC 4.6.0 on a redhat machine 6.0 with supercharged hardware
Obviously, "supercharged hardware" means that you're having electrical
difficulties. We usually recommend a good industrial power conditioner and
UPS. If your power supply is giving you problems, try moving to a 400 watt
or higher N+1 power supply.
If, on the other hand, you meant "supercharged hardware", then I recommend
downloading your credit report off the net and checking just how "super"
your "charge" was.
If, on the third hand, you mean "supercharg'ed", then I recommend you
de-superchargg your hardware right away. Chargg'ing is a leading cause of
hardware failures, and the super-chargg procedure can be detrimental.
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