laptop-mode disabled in kernel?

Joan Tur joantur at
Wed Jul 12 20:18:01 UTC 2006

Es Dimecres, 12 de Juliol de 2006 22:08, en Mitch Thompson va escriure:
| Joan Tur wrote:
| >Es Dimarts, 11 de Juliol de 2006 00:12, en marc va escriure:
| >| In Dapper, my laptop fan never turns off after the first few minutes. It
| >| is always on. Whereas, in Windows, it rarely comes on. I'm pretty sure
| >| that this is because the disk never spins down.
| >
| >Are you sure your cpu is scaling fine (*)?  Paste the output of the
| > following command:
| >
| >sudo cat /sys/devices/system/cpu/cpu0/cpufreq/stats/time_in_state
| >
| >(*) if you've got more than one cpu (centrino duo for instance), then you
| > have to run:
| >sudo cat /sys/devices/system/cpu/cpu*/cpufreq/stats/time_in_state
| Thanks for pointing this out. I haven't spent much time tooling around
| /sys. Lots of interesting stuff there. Reminds me of when I discovered I
| could cat most anything in /proc.
You're welcome.  Remember that /sys is to 2.6 what /proc was to 2.4 
kernels  ;)

Joan Tur (aka Quini), Eivissa-Spain
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