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I had posted a while back about a tool I had written to monitor the CPU temp in command line through ACPI. I later added logging and more hardware support, and then, I didn’t do much with it for almost a year.
Today, I gave Mandriva 2010 a spin. You can grab the install media or live media free from their website. The live versions offer GNOME or KDE Since I’ve been a steady GNOME user, I decided to review their GNOME live media.
In Fedora 10, my HP dv-6 laptop did strange things with headphones. If I plugged headphones in, the sound would continue to come out the speakers while also out the headphone jack. In Fedora 11, sound no longer worked at all through the headphone jack.