Heads up: cpuspeed removed from f16+

Petr Sabata contyk at redhat.com
Tue Jul 19 12:14:29 UTC 2011

To avoid some confusion:

I removed cpuspeed from Rawhide about 10 days ago.  It no longer serves any
purpose in Fedora and has been effectively replaced by kernel cpufreq stack.

All cpufreq modules should now be built-in, with ondemand being the default
governor in Fedora.

In case you would to use a different governor and/or specific frequency, try the
new cpupower.service (provieded by cpupowerutils).  Most people shouldn't need
this, though.

See https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=713572 for more info.

# Petr Sabata
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