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Old 02-01-2008, 02:54 PM   #1
mrrao
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Cpu frequency question


Hi ,
I was trying to change the CPU frequency in my linux desktop pc. I am currently using kernel-2.6.22. I found that after cpu_frequency selector can be used to do this. However after using this software, it gave me an error as "No cpu frequency support".

I thought that I have not enabled cpu frequency in kernel and hence I recompiled the kernel with cpu frequency scaling factor option. But still I am getting the same error.
I am using intel pentium 4 processor.

I would like to get some suggestions on this and would highly appreciate.

Thanks

Regards,
Madhav.
 
Old 02-01-2008, 03:00 PM   #2
Xaphoid
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need the modules

Code:
modprobe p4_clockmod
will solve the problem

add p4_clockmod to /etc/modules and you should have no problem when you reboot!

 
  


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