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Compiling Linux-libre updates is going to take an extra long amount of time for a while because one of the heavy lifter D16 (hostname maplewood) has died. A postmortem examination has revealed that power pins # 1 and 2 that go into the EPS-12V socket on the motherboard to power CPU #1 melted. They were left behind in the socket when I unplugged it, along with some brown around the area. Let's have a moment of silence for a computer that spent years compiling kernels for the world to use.
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