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Re: [ANNOUNCE] cpufreqd-1.1-rc1 released


How does it compare to cpudyn?

And does it work well with journaled file systems,
as cpudyn claims to?


According to Mattia Dongili,
> cpufreqd-1.1-rc1 has been released.
> This release adds 2 major feature like cpu monitoring and PMU support,
> plus a bunch of fixes and a workaround to avoid reading
> /proc/acpi/battery/*/info if your ACPI implementation is very cpu
> consuming.
> packages (clean source, debian-src and debian-i386) are available at:
> http://www.sourceforge.net/projects/cpufreqd
> cpufreqd is meant to be a replacement of the speedstep applet you can
> find on some other OS, it monitors CPU, battery level, AC state and
> running programs and adjusts the frequency governor according to a set
> of rules specified in the config file.
> thanks (and sorry for the noise)
> -- 
> mattia
> :wq!
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