Fedora 7 Update: cpuspeed-1.2.1-5.fc7

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Fedora Update Notification
2008-02-19 02:46:29

Name        : cpuspeed
Product     : Fedora 7
Version     : 1.2.1
Release     : 5.fc7
URL         : http://carlthompson.net/Software/CPUSpeed
Summary     : CPU frequency adjusting daemon
Description :
cpuspeed is a daemon that dynamically changes the speed
of your processor(s) depending upon its current workload
if it is capable (needs Intel Speedstep, AMD PowerNow!,
or similar support).

This package also supports enabling cpu frequency scaling
via in-kernel governors on Intel Centrino and AMD
Athlon64/Opteron platforms.

Update Information:

Adds support for kernels with powernow-k8 built as a module.

* Thu Feb 14 2008 Jarod Wilson <jwilson at redhat.com> 1.2.1-5
- Support for powernow-k8 as a kernel module
* Tue Feb 12 2008 Jarod Wilson <jwilson at redhat.com> 1.2.1-4
- Fix up for gcc 4.3
- Work around multi-core step detection problems (#392781)
* Wed Aug 29 2007 Jarod Wilson <jwilson at redhat.com> 1.2.1-3
- Bump and rebuild, due to busted ppc32
* Sat Jul  7 2007 Jarod Wilson <jwilson at redhat.com>
- Account for the cpuidle feature in rawhide kernels,
  slated for release in kernel 2.6.23 (#247352)
* Mon Jun 11 2007 Jarod Wilson <jwilson at redhat.com>
- Add e_powersaver (new Via C3 cpufreq driver) to list
  of those which should use ondemand governor by default
* Thu Apr 26 2007 Jarod Wilson <jwilson at redhat.com>
- Add a bit to the config file documentation
- Use variable for program name
- Fix up exit codes (#237942)

This update can be installed with the "yum" update program.  Use 
su -c 'yum update cpuspeed' at the command line.
For more information, refer to "Managing Software with yum",
available at http://docs.fedoraproject.org/yum/.

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