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Re: cpuspeed settings

Am Fr, den 01.04.2005 schrieb Francois Ouellette um 21:02:

> On my portable machine the DRIVER line in /etc/cpuspeed.conf shows
> "powernow-k7" but this machine has P-III mobile CPU.

That entry is commented. The powernow-k7 is even compiled fix into the
kernel and no module.

> Where can we find the correct name to use? The processor is always running
> at half its speed.

cat /sys/devices/system/cpu/cpu0/cpufreq/scaling_governor

What does that say? There are other infos available inside the same
directory under /sys whose content you can get by cat. More infos are
useful, like hardware information about the chipset (lspic) and
information from "dmesg" about ACPI capabilities or failures.

>  François Ouellette


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