Kevin J. Cummings wrote: > > Under Fedora 6 (which my laptop is running), I have the CPU Frequency > Scaling Monitor running in the upper menu bar. Lately (ie, after a > recent kernel update) its been telling me that my processor frequency > scaling is no longer supported. Odd because it used to be supported. > I was looking into the applets options, it can monitor CPU0 or CPU1. > This did not help the OP, but in your case, I would try loading the acpi-cpufreq module. If I remember right, it had to be loaded before the module you are using for frequency scaling. (On demand in my case.) At least when I ran into the same problem as you, that fixed it for me. I don't believe that loading it after works, but that was a while ago. I was always going to look into it, and do a bug report.. Mikkel -- Do not meddle in the affairs of dragons, for thou art crunchy and taste good with Ketchup!
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