Re: `ondemand' not working: what to use
--- On Sat, 10/1/09, Jack Malmostoso <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> From: Jack Malmostoso <email@example.com>
> Subject: Re: `ondemand' not working: what to use
> Date: Saturday, 10 January, 2009, 7:42 AM
> On Sat, 10 Jan 2009 04:30:08 +0100, Stefan Monnier wrote:
> > So what else should I use?
> With my old iBook G4 800MHz I used powernowd.
> See if that helps.
uhm. i use powernow too, with my powerbook. i launch it with this command (only into a root terminal):
powernow -v -m 2
This command (i think) set the passive mode and visualize the current setting, 0only if the CPU is supported by powernow (list, it's right?)
There are 4 modes: aggressive, passive, sine, and another one but i don't understand all. See "man powernowd" for all option.
by the way, if i close the root terminal, powernow NOT EXEC in background.
Sometimes powernowd not work. The gnome frequency monitor detect
that the frequency is high. boh??