lmde observes only one cpu
installed debian mint couplle days ago on thinkpad t60 with duo core configuration.
only one cpu is recognized by system. Is this a bug? install went smooth and actually runs fine, just a little warmer than usual and something like gimp is slugggish. the problem was fixed by simply installing 686-pae kernel image, then rebooting the computer. Debian default is 486 image and only recognizes single cpu configurations. Not sure if I'm saying that rite but problem solved. Cool thing is , to me anyway, is that on boot I have option to boot either kernel. So if I'm out on battery power using less resources with single core will give longer battery life.
Last edited by hdeanh; 08-12-2012 at 11:37 PM.
Reason: problem solved