Re: GPG burns my notebook!
> > At start, notebook temperature was for thermal 1: 40 C and thermal 2: 47 C (from 'acpi -V'). Running command above (and so 'gpg' process) my system becomes unstable (auto key pressing etc.), and temperature is jumped to 55 C for 1, and 88 C for 2 in one minute. Top command returned 'gpg' cpu-usage 99%. Is it a debian problem or a notebook strange behavior? I have an acer 1524wlmi.
> It's normal for CPU activity to increase heat. It's a hardware problem if
> it increases that much.
> Get it serviced!
Yes:) However I'm running (how Gnu-Raiz suggests) "prime 95" to stress processor. Temperature is constant. And it doesn't show unstability. I'll continue test for many hours again.