Maybe these don’t even on the cpu but on the mainboard only? Mon Jan 03, 6: Too bad, on the second thought I also had supicions about udev Yes, I’ve already updated the howto. Copyright Gentoo Foundation, Inc.
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CONFIG_SENSORS_ATXP1: Attansic ATXP1 VID controller
I already tried cpufreq-nforce2 without voltage changing some time ago. Sun Jan 09, 7: Ah, OK, good explanation.
So, users should be warned, I guess. Maybe adding two module options would help for the rights problem: I tried using make on itbut, it ended up returning an error, I’d c opy paste it if I had a middle mouse button but it seems to complain about a cpufreq not being declared.
Maybe these don’t even on the cpu but on the mainboard only? Well, I could bug lkml and hope to get an answer on what would be the correct way for this Ok, thanks for the calculation fix. Display posts from previous: Copyright Gentoo Foundation, Inc. Sun Jan 02, 3: Mon Jan 03, Thx a lot for this howto!! But perhaps they would say to use an userspace prog, like speedfreq which has an daemon runninr with root rights and a client for the user Last edited by PrakashP on Wed Jan 05, Sun Jan 02, I’m using it now along with emerge gnome-cpufreq-applet Yes, I’ve already updated the howto.
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Otherwise I’ll help myself with sudo. How would I apply the cpufreq-nforce2 patch? So you could couple fsb and vcore, but in userspace.
Then all should be fine, except attanxic directory for I2C modules is missing because you have them in the kernel. The kernel patch is now available at: Ups, yes the lower bound should be fixed. On my NF7-S 2. On this boards VCore changing is supported more are possible: It seems they get reseted after some time.
Sun Jan 02, 4: I guess this is udev coming in between. I mean with cpufreq-nforce2 you can easily use any daemon you want, like speedfreq etc. Mon Jan 03, 6: But I think that’s a atx1p task as no one can predict stable pairs of frequenzy and voltage.
Linux Kernel: drivers/hwmon/atxp1.c File Reference
Also the kernel environments are different, writing a third module that controls both is possible, but not very nice. If you also wttansic cpufreq governors in your kernel along with this patch, you can easily emerge cpudyn and configure it for your desktop powersaving according to load.
The devices kernel environment is completely different.
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