__/ [ The Ghost In The Machine ] on Thursday 27 April 2006 16:00 \__
> In comp.os.linux.advocacy, Roy Schestowitz
> on Thu, 27 Apr 2006 06:52:42 +0100
>> __/ [ rwwff@xxxxxxxxx ] on Thursday 27 April 2006 02:27 \__
>> __/ [ Roy Schestowitz ] on Wednesday 26 April 2006 15:35 \__
>>> > http://www.dashpc.com/
>>> > Photos below:
>>> > http://www.dashpc.com/pictures.php?sort=added&order=desc
>>> > ,----[ Description ]
>>> > | The Linux DashPC? software platform began it's development in 1999.
>>> > | At present, it delivers multimedia (DVDs, MP3s, CDs, Radio,
>>> > | Navigation, Games, Engine Diagnostics, and Wireless Networking
>>> > | capability
>>> > `----
>>> What is the heat tolerance of this system? Seems pretty slick, but I
>>> wonder how well it'd survive a Houston summer...
>> The silly answer: Penguins cannot cope with warm weather quite so well.
>> The serious answer: why not ask the manufacturer?
> Erm...I have no idea about modern systems but back in the
> 1995-era days Linux ran up to 30F cooler because it knew
> how to HLT. In any event, it's a hardware problem. :-)
You could always, of course, drive a bubble. It's self cooling...
This reminds me of a particular car advert here in the UK.
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