There are at least two fixed point functors that characterize stable equivalences of orthogonal Gspectra: the geometric fixed points and the naive fixed points of a fibrant replacement. Is this true also for fibrations? Precisely, is it true that a map of orthogonal Gspectra is a fibration if and only if its (geometric) fixed points is a fibration of orthogonal spectra for every subgroup of G?
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