[Bug 355232] Re: acpi-cpufreq is not a module anymore
david.gaarenstroom at gmail.com
Sun Apr 5 20:37:19 UTC 2009
+1 as well...
To actually add some more reason: I own a AMD based system. Because
acpi-cpufreq is build into the kernel, loading it actually SLOWS DOWN
booting my system. The only drivers that should be considered to be
build in, are modules required to boot! acpi-cpufreq and powernow-k8 are
never required to boot a system!
There are probably over 1000 Ubuntu users that are actively using PHC
modules to lower their systems power consumption or even to unlock more
cpu scaling frequencies... So please solve this issue ASAP.
** Summary changed:
- acpi-cpufreq is not a module anymore
+ acpi-cpufreq/powernow-k8 should not be built-in into the kernel image
acpi-cpufreq/powernow-k8 should not be built-in into the kernel image
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