Powernowd & Centrino Core Duo
joantur at cancullet.org
Thu Apr 27 22:32:27 UTC 2006
Es Dijous, 27 de Abril de 2006 22:40, en C Hamel va escriure:
| On Thursday 27 April 2006 07:43, wescb wrote:
| > Thanks Joan, that did stop the scaling error from appearing. And now the
| > CPU runs (properly?) at full speed when plugged into AC and then scales
| > both cores when on battery. This also stopped my fan from running
| > constantly.
| May insinuate myself into this thread & ask a question...? Was your fan
| running on hi, or was it just constantly running on low? Mine is doing the
| latter, and I noted that the module Joan suggests is not in my
Cpu fans depend heavily on the manufacturer's design, and you can sometimes
control the temperature it starts to blow through acpi. Have a look at the
page about linux on my laptop (mine's a dothan processor) here:
Note that the speedstep-centrino module should be loaded by hotplug/udev;
adding that line to /etc/modules is the way to force the system to load the
centrino speedstep support module.
| I'm running an HP notebook (ze5570) and when the electric went out a couple
| nights ago I noted in the logs that the box apparently didn't do an orderly
| shutdown when power ran out. I am wondering if all this might be related??
In my oppinion that's not relevant, unless you see the same behaviour in
Good luck ;)
Joan Tur (aka Quini), Eivissa-Spain
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