On 12/27/2010 09:37 PM, JB wrote:
Martin Haug <martinhaug <at> piratenpartei.de> writes:
I would prefer that you make these entries manually and verify each step
immediatelly (what you show here does not feel right ...).
I do that, the line
"script has startet/ended, file is $whatever" comes
from the script-command, which starts a shell and records everything
that is printed on the screen. I do not start a shellscript for the
commands you give me.
So maybe we are near the root of the problem? :-)
Take a look at
which should not have been modified (normally) - it is a config file.
modified, but I tried to set the min_speed and max_speed
variables manually, unfortunately that doesn't help. :-(
If you are in doubt, reinstall this package (nor problem...):
# yum reinstall cpuspeed
and start all over as I showed above.
Did that, results are attached.
There is always a possibility that some CPUs do not work (such note
is in cpu
freq docs), but it is not obvious why in this case.
I may forgot to mention it, but
this isn't my first install of Fedora 14
on this machine: I had Fedora 14 before and it worked pretty well, then
I accidently deleted the root-partition and after reinstallation I got
the discussed Problem. So CPU works, BIOS stayed the same, too. (But I
will try to do a BIOS-Update)