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Re: A couple things yet on stretch install, amd64 version




Serial Peripheral Interface. Could be any number of devices on your SPI buses: temp sensors, LCD on the panel, EEPROM, etc. Far as disabling it goes, my recollection is that AMDs use CPU throttling unless you disable that, for example. I bet that's reading temps from the SPI buses. What happens if you stop SPI then? Well, computer science can be experimental.....

On Wed, May 29, 2019, 6:34 PM Gene Heskett <gheskett@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Greetings all;

I have rebooted quite a few times as I have moved a few things out
of /e/rc.local to ~/gene/.trinity/Autostart one at a time & rebooting to
test. I looks like mail has stopped but thats happened frequently at my
ISP, then they dump 26 msgs into my folder and give the
fetchmail/procmail/clamav and spamassassin a nice warmup.

I have N-M disabled, spamassassin enabled, fetchmail and mailwatcher
started from the Autostart dir, and 181 processes reduced to the low
120's according to htop.

One of the useless things still running is some sort of an spi buss, but
this motherboard has no such hardware.  I can kill it with htop, but how
do I remove it totally. From a seaarch in synaptic, it has nothing to do
with Asistive Technology Service Provider Interface.

So whats it good for for me?

Cheers, Gene Heskett
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