On Thu, 2009-02-19 at 23:51 +0330, Nima Azarbayjany wrote:It was just a joke. I mean that you can't expect other readers to guess
> I surely know what a tea kettle is, I just do not know what Frank
> meant by saying turn off the tea kettle is his email.
where that noise came from... why not the kettle near your computer ;-)
Noisy network adapter are common nowadays, especially when transfering
data large amount of data over the network. I have never investigated
You probably wondered what I meant... I also wondered what could
> It did not make sense to me.
possibly be your problem.
We all want to learn, you are welcome here.
> I am really not fluent in idiomatic English.
> I am new in seeking help from mailing lists, so I may make mistakes
> and may not follow the rules correctly until I learn enough. Can you
> please be clear?
Regarding the the hibernation speed, If I remember correctly there were
> On Thu, Feb 19, 2009 at 11:18 PM, Gerard Robin <firstname.lastname@example.org
> On Thu, Feb 19, 2009 at 08:34:17PM +0330, Nima Azarbayjany
> From: Nima Azarbayjany
> To: Frank Lin PIAT <email@example.com
> SmartList <firstname.lastname@example.org
> Subject: Re: hibernation with new kernels
> I am sorry, I do not know what the tea kettle is.
> Turn off the tea kettle.
> dict kettle gives:
> >From The Collaborative International Dictionary of English
> v.0.48 [gcide]:
> Kettle \Ket"tle\ (k[e^]t"t'l), n. [OE. ketel; cf. AS. cetel,
a few kernel around 2.6.22 which were slower *on my laptop*, then around
2.6.26 if got faster again. YMMV