Re: Hints for cpufrequency on a D800 ?
The D800 is quite identical to the Inspiron 8600. Any guide which applies to
the Inspiron should be applicate for your system too.
On the Debian stock kernel, it's a question of modprobing the relevant
cpufreq-driver, (I can't remember what yours is called), and starting a
userspace governor. `apt-get install cpufreqd' or `apt-get install
Compiling your own kernel, you should (IMO) compile that relevant driver into
the kernel (CONFIG_X86_SPEEDSTEP_CENTRINO = y in .config), and still run the
governor from userspace.
I believe it's as simple as that.
Regards, Anders Breindahl.
On Tuesday 15 March 2005 14:20, Luca Botti wrote:
> I am thinking about going Debian for my D800 (actually, Suse 9.2), bu,
> working with a spare notebook drive, i could not have the cpu frequency
> stepping work for my centrino (765, i think? it's the 2.10 processor, 400
> mhz fsb, 2mb 2nd level cache.)
> Can anybody help me out on this, please? I could not find anything on the
> usual sites (linux-on-laptop, tuxmobil...)