Fan control and CPU temperature etc
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I've followed the recent discussion on fan control on ibook to see if a
solution would come up to my problem. It didn't, unfortunately.
I have a powerbook 3.3, 550 mhz G4 tibook with Debian Sid and kernel
2.6.3-benh2 . I have no idea why, but it seems that, for no apparent
reason, my cpu gets dramatically hotter, a lot faster when running
Linux, compared to when I am running Mac OS X.
I tried installing various programs to dynamically alter the CPU
frequency, but I couldn't get them to work (i tried among others cpudyn
which claimed something was missing in the kernel, although I've tried
compiling scaling_governor as module, as well as statically built in
the kernel - for some reason the path
/sys/devices/system/cpu/cpu0/cpufreq/scaling_governor doesn't exist
(and yes, /sys is mounted). Other programs claims kernelstuff is
missing - which it indeed apperars it does.
So what can I do ? Should I downgrade to 2.4 ? What are other tibook
owners doing ?
This is really bad. It annoys me so much that I've started using Mac OS
X a lot more - which is bad:)
Thanks in advance.
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