cpufreqd-1.1 has been released.
Over the rc1 it has a bunch of bugfixes (see ChangeLog for details). I
didn't add the possibility to select resources to poll because I'm in a
hurry to work on 1.2 which will add more features like support for the
This release adds 2 major features like cpu monitoring and PMU support
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:
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.