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Re: too many deamons by default - F7 test 2 live cd



Jarod Wilson wrote:
Rahul Sundaram wrote:
Jarod Wilson wrote:
Everyone please kindly read the cpuspeed initscript before continuing to
hypothesize about it. It does indeed already look for necessary support,
and silently exits without doing a thing it its not present.

/me is the cpuspeed maintainer... :)
It would do that everytime on bootup though. Right?

Yes. And within a few lines of bash, it'll exit if support isn't found.
The second line of the start function is essentially:

if /sys/devices/system/cpu/cpu*/cpufreq/scaling_driver doesn't exist,
immediately exit silently.

Heee, need to read more closely myself. The check on the second line of the start function actually determines if we should try to load up a scaling driver, and its the check on the 23rd line (half of which are comments) that the silent exit happens if we still don't see support after trying to load up a driver. Just the same, we do bail out pretty quickly.


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Jarod Wilson
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