nadiizu at earthlink.net
Sun Jun 6 21:53:40 UTC 2004
On 日, 2004-06-06 at 12:36 -0400, Troy Campano wrote:
> Thank you Karsten.
> Is there any way to check the status of the current CPU speed to make
> sure this change actually worked?
You can use the CPU frequency scaling monitor applet in gnome.
> thank you!
> On Sun, 2004-06-06 at 14:08, Karsten Hopp wrote:
> > On Sun, Jun 06, 2004 at 11:17:00AM -0400, Troy Campano wrote:
> > > Hello,
> > > I am new to Fedora Core 2.
> > >
> > > I'm trying to find out how to use the 'cpuspeed' tool.
> > > I've found examples on the web, but they seem to be shell scripts for
> > > tweaking acpi and no the daemon i see in fedora core 2.
> > > They haven't worked for me.
> > >
> > > Basically, I'd like to know how to change my CPU speed to its lowest
> > > speed (1.2 GHz) and highest speed (2.4GHz) and back and forth. Can this
> > > be done with a command? In Fedora Core 1 I think I had to echo to
> > > "/proc/acpi/processor/CPU0/performance" but I don't see this anymore in
> > > Core 2.
> > >
> > Try cpuspeed -h to get a short explanation of the commandline parameters.
> > 'cpuspeed -d' followed by 'killall -USR2 cpuspeed' sets your CPU to the
> > lowest supported clock speed, 'killall -USR1 cpuspeed' sets it back to
> > normal speed.
> > Karsten
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