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Fedora 21 is End-of-Life since December 2015 and not supported with security critical updates anymore. I I strongly recommend upgrading to Fedora 22, and maybe this already fixes your problem.

Fedora 21 is End-of-Life since December 2015 and not supported with security critical updates anymore. I I strongly recommend upgrading to Fedora 22, and maybe this already fixes your problem.

Fedora 21 is End-of-Life since December 2015 and not supported with security critical updates anymore. I strongly recommend upgrading to Fedora 22, and maybe this already fixes your problem.

If you want to know which process is causing the heat-up, start top from terminal or Gnome System Monitor (gnome-system-monitor) and identify the process that keeps your CPU busy. Then, we think why this is happening...

Fedora 21 is End-of-Life since December 2015 and not supported with security critical updates anymore. I strongly recommend upgrading to Fedora 22, and maybe this already fixes your problem.

If you want to know which process is causing the heat-up, start top from terminal or Gnome System Monitor (gnome-system-monitor) and identify the process that keeps your CPU busy. Then, we can think about why this is happening...

Fedora 21 is End-of-Life since December 2015 and not supported with security critical updates anymore. I strongly recommend upgrading to Fedora 22, and maybe this already fixes your problem.

If you want to know which process is causing the heat-up, start top from terminal or Gnome System Monitor (gnome-system-monitor) and identify the process that keeps your CPU busy. Then, we can think about why this is happening...