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Bug#328411: marked as done (CPU frequency scaling not installed by default for laptops)

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--- Begin Message --- Package: Debian Sarge minimal install immediately upgraded to Etch
Version: 3.0a

By default, for laptops, Debian should install a package to allow CPU frequency scaling.  This was annoying on my laptop because after I installed Debian, my CPU ran at 100% (2.2 GHz) and made the whole thing very hot on my lap.  Please consider installing this by default in future versions so that Debian users' scrotums are not set on fire while using the laptop.
Kristian Hermansen <kristian.hermansen@gmail.com>
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CPU frequency scaling is now supported by the cpufrequtils package, which is included in the laptop task. It is, however, not enabled by default yet, see #426138.


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