Re: iBook and heat production
this site has some usefull info ;)
> I have an iBook2.2 with debian woody, running a 2.4.20benh Kernel. Well,
> the iBook is known for its spare use of energy. Certainly true. But of
> course the hardware depends on features of the OS to support minimal energy
> usage. While Linux is definitely not bad I got the impression that MacOS X
> is still doing a little bit better. The reason I'm thinking this is that
> the surface left to the trackpad is noticeable warmer when running Linux.
> Maybe I'm missing something? Some setting besides that in /proc/cpufrequ to
> reduce energy comsuption a little bit further?