Re: Hardware testing software
Date: 26 Nov 2003 21:49:26 GMT
> Could anyone suggest some good software for linux to test the reliability
> of my hardware? I quite regularly have odd problems, such as PAR repairs
> failing, and gcc compiles failing with an error which gcc can't reproduce
> (gcc even specifically suggests hardware problems), leading me to suspect
> something is amiss.
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