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From: Bob Sanders <rsanders@...>
Subject: Re: cpufreq, cpudyn, and AMD Turion 64
Date: Tue, 7 Mar 2006 06:40:07 -0800
Sergio Polini, mused, then expounded:
> As to the my HP dv5000 (AMD Turion 64), I configured cpufreq in my 

Perhaps you should look at a dynamic scheduling daemon?  something
like powernowd - 

*  sys-power/powernowd
      Latest version available: 0.90
      Latest version installed: 0.90
      Size of downloaded files: 26 kB
      Homepage:    http://www.deater.net/john/powernowd.html http://n-dimensional.de/projects/cpufreq/
      Description: Daemon to control the speed and voltage of CPUs
      License:     GPL-2

I use it on both my 2P Opteron workstation and my Pentium M laptop. 

Bob
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