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Re: second try: centrino patch - how to use?



On Wednesday 30 July 2003 07:11, Bill Nottingham uttered:
> When you read /proc/cpufreq for the first time after a CPUFreq driver
> has been initialized, you'll see the "default policy" for this
> driver. If this does not suit your needs, you can pass a boot
> parameter to the cpufreq core. Use the following syntax for this:
>    "cpufreq=min_freq:max_freq:policy", i.e. you may not chose a
> specific CPU and you need to specify the limits in kHz and not in
> per cent.

Hrm, this just screams for a /etc/sysctl entry.  Can one be made by default if 
cpufreq is enabled?

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