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Re: CPU freq & core temp

g wrote:

> DJ Delorie wrote:
>> What's the current "right" way to tell Linux (F10 in my case) to slow
>> down the CPU speed when the core temperature is too high?  (aside from
>> the box's built-in "turn on wind turbines before it melts" option ;)

> from the folks that wrote it:

> http://www.lm-sensors.org/

> http://www.lm-sensors.org/wiki/Documentation/

> http://www.lm-sensors.org/wiki/man/fancontrol/

oops. that was from recall chatting with a friend about lm-sensors.

iirc, cpu speed is handled thru settings in /proc/scale and you have to have
a module loaded for it. iirc?

anyway, iirc, lm-sensors must be running to see cpu temp and in turn 'scale'
cpu speed. [iirc]


peace out.



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