cpufreq configure

Ron Patterson rpatters at charter.net
Sat Feb 21 04:26:15 UTC 2004


Ron Patterson wrote:

>On 20 Feb 2004, Alexandre Oliva wrote:
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>>On Feb 20, 2004, Hoyt <hoyt at cavtel.net> wrote:
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>>>RTFM is not always a helpful answer.
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>>>"redhat.com is temporarily unavailable. Please try back later."
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>>>And this outage has been reported before on this list. You do read the list 
>>>don't you? 8)
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>>Yeah, and I checked the archive URL before posting my e-mail.  Is it
>>down again?  Or does it somehow work from inside Red Hat but not from
>>the outside?
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>The archive url is ok. I get the unavailable message after I click the 
>search button. It is still unavailable as I write this.
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Not being very patient, I decided to give this a try. I edited the 
cpuspeed config file as follows:

[root at dhcppc0 root]# cat /etc/cpuspeed.conf
VMAJOR=1
VMINOR=1
DRIVER="speedstep-ich"
OPTS="-a /proc/acpi/ac_adapter/*/state -t 
/proc/acpi/thermal_zone/*/temperature 75"

and then:

[root at dhcppc0 root]# service cpuspeed start

Seems to work for me on a Dell Latitude.





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