Difference between revisions of "Talk:CPU frequency scaling"

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I found that acpi events were not processed until I installed acpid and added that to the daemon list (I removed laptop-mode).
 
I found that acpi events were not processed until I installed acpid and added that to the daemon list (I removed laptop-mode).
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I'm not sure why this page that specifically covers the cpufrequtils package was moved from cpufrequtils to this more generic title. The article title should match the package/utility described within, in my opinion. -- [[User:Pointone|pointone]] 18:41, 25 January 2011 (EST)

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Hi, I would like to have some feedback regarding my addition to this page: Cpufrequtils#Cpufrequtils and Laptop Mode Tools.

Thank you.

rent0n

Laptop mode

I think it's good. What we need, at least in my opinion, is to make this page a bit more pedagogic. As for now I see users becoming confused as to what module(s) they need and how to set it up. A user in the forum misunderstood this wiki page and struggled because he/she did add practically all possible modules to rc.conf.

p4-clockmod + ondemand governor issues

Hello, I'd like to point out that there's an issue with the p4-clockmod driver combined with the ondemand governor, as seen here:

https://bbs.archlinux.org/viewtopic.php?id=78408

In short, the advice given in this wiki article isn't actually working(anymore) and for a newcomer(like me) there isn't really a working substitute(as in re-compiling the kernel and modules).

acpid

I found that acpi events were not processed until I installed acpid and added that to the daemon list (I removed laptop-mode).

Move to cpufrequtils

I'm not sure why this page that specifically covers the cpufrequtils package was moved from cpufrequtils to this more generic title. The article title should match the package/utility described within, in my opinion. -- pointone 18:41, 25 January 2011 (EST)