Tue Jan 04, Not sure yet why this occurs, there are no FP operations in the module. Hosting by Gossamer Threads Inc. Also the kernel environments are different, writing a third module that controls both is possible, but not very nice. The devices kernel environment is completely different. Perhaps the best would be to let udev handle the permissions? But I just tried the atxp1 module.
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CONFIG_SENSORS_ATXP1: Attansic ATXP1 VID controller
Wed Jan 05, If you don’t want that, configure the kernel the same way mentioned above except without Code: Ups, yes the lower bound should be fixed. I tried using make on itbut, it ended up returning an error, I’d c opy paste it if I had a middle mouse attansicc but it seems to complain about a cpufreq not being declared.
Thanx for the patch! Frequency changing is available on all nForce2-based mainboards with all CPUs which run on that board. So now lets begin: If you also compile cpufreq governors in your kernel along with this patch, you can easily emerge cpudyn and configure it for your desktop powersaving according to load.
Last edited by PrakashP on Wed Jan 05, Unfortunately I’ve not heard yet that this works with the nForce2 chipset. But what really would be ubercool is a daemon that not only can handle the FSB frequenzy changes but also the changes to cpu core voltage.
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Can you measure the amound of electricity you save with additional cpufreq-nforce2? Display posts from previous: Mostly the RAM is the limiting factor. Sun Jan 02, 3: Datei oderVerzeichnis nicht gefunden make: Fri Dec 31, 8: Not sure yet why this occurs, there aattansic no FP operations in the module.
Copyright Gentoo Foundation, Inc. Tue Jan 04, 9: Using it since some months now.
It seems they get reseted after some time. There are many other possibilities, including dynamic changing depending on the CPU load, etc.
Linux Kernel: drivers/hwmon/atxp1.c File Reference
Fri Dec 31, 4: Yes, I’ve already updated the howto. But of course we could set up the tables ourselves using programs like prime95, can’t we. Thx a lot for this howto!! Perhaps the best would be to let udev handle the permissions?
Too bad, on the second thought I also had supicions about udev Also the kernel environments are different, writing a third module that controls both is possible, but not very nice. Hosting by Gossamer Threads Inc.
I haven’t found out yet why the permissions are reset I mean, why allow setting new permissions when they are reversed after some time? Sun Jan 02, To sum it up, I’d hate doing all the switching manually. Detected on SMBus nForce2 adapter ataddress 0x Mon Jan 03,