november 2009, seems that acpi_cpufreq was replaced by phc-intel module.
that's why the tutorial won't work for intel cpu's anymore.
now we NEED person to test it
for reporting cpus supported
how config it
Yaourt is not the AUR's client. It is an unsupported third party tool. - louipc 09:32, 7 August 2009 (EDT)
phctool doesn't work any more... You need more explain about Voltage controlling without gui tool! ;) linux-phc-optimize script from AUR doesn't work eather, there's link for working script in comments... Please change this... ;) Pyntux
himself vs. herself
Buhman, I am not a native English speaker but know for a fact that alternating between genders in documentation is something that is frequently done in order to make the documentation “gender neutral” (in a sense.) When you changed “herself” to “himself” the previous time, I asked a native (American) English speaker and he confirmed this to me. “himself” is not gender neutral, it’s masculine. Alternatively, it is possible to use “users … themselves” instead of alternating genders. Stqn (talk) 17:34, 8 December 2012 (UTC)
phc-intel setup (or phc-k8 setup) not needed anymore
as told in https://bbs.archlinux.org/viewtopic.php?pid=1786330#p1786330 phc-intel setup (or phc-k8 setup) is not needed anymore
On a machine (i7 1st gen) I had the phc_intel kernel module loaded after a reboot but I can't have it loaded on another machine (although modinfo phc_intel shows that the module has been built correctly) (but this machine has a sandy brige i5 2nd gen and apparently it uses intel pstate which is not compatible with phc-intel)