> The power management plasmoid contained in plasma-widgets-workspace has the > ability to switch between supported CPU policies ("More..." -> > "Capabilities"). However, this requires that the relevant kernel modules > that implement these policies are loaded; otherwise no CPU policies are > available. Loading the relevant kernel modules is the job of the > cpufrequtils package. Hence, plasma-widgets-workspace should recommend the > cpufrequtils package to the user when being installed. Hello First, the recommend should be put on the kdebase-workspace-bin package, as the component responsible for power management is powerdevil (in kdebase- workspace) and not plasma (which is just an interface to the daemon). I agree that /etc/init.d/loadcpufreq is in the cpufrequtils package and is the easier way to ensure the governor modules are loaded, although powerdevil doesn't use /usr/bin/cpufreq* Regards -- Xavier Vello
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